I built a panel etched with a QR code that lights up to your own personal colors when you scan it.
Getting an ESP8266 or ESP32 working with AWS IoT isn’t difficult, but also isn’t straightforward or well documented. This lays out the necessary infrastructure and code.
Last Halloween I built some animated light-up steampunk/mad-scientist goggles. This year, I finally got around to documenting the project.
I needed a way to mount a Trinket and power jack, so I designed and printed one.
This is one in a series of Halloween electronics posts. Read the full series: Spooky motion-sensitive Halloween eyes Interactive Halloween thunder effects Halloween goggles For halloween this year, some friends did a sort of “mini haunted house” in their garage. The plan was to mix having a small party with handing out candy and to … Continue reading Spooky motion-sensitive Halloween eyes