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    Happy Halloween to one and all!

     

    After another spooky season comes to a close we can now round up the amazing projects which have been build to sharethescare,

     

    In the spirit of Halloween 2017 and 2018 we ran a Halloween Project Competition ShareTheScare 2018 Community Competitionto find the our favorite Halloween - Projects and Videos project, the winner would get to take home a Ender 3 Pro 3D printer.

    We are very happy to show you all the amazing builds that have come out of spooktacular competition and let you know that all the previous years winners are available in our Halloween - Projects and Videos space right now!

     

    We will be announcing the winner of #ShareTheScare 2019 in the next few days in the meantime check out some of the highlights of this years sharethescare!

     

    NES Castlevania on an LED Matrix Cube

    By thereminhero

    Greig built a Rotating LED Cube Display, using Raspberry Pi and a Modified Emulator to create an infinitely scrolling game of Castlevania.

     

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    NES Castlevania on an LED Matrix Cube

     

    The Eyes Have It

    by adamsoileau1

    Adam Built a jar of eyes using the Arduino ZERO which follow you around the room. This is Adams firs video project at element14

     


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    The Eyes Have it

     

    Ghoul Transformer UV LED Necklace

    by yellowdogsoftware

    Scott turns himself into a menacing ghoul using UV florescent paint. Needing a spooky way of holding his UV LEDS Scott created a chest plate with ancient runes to enhance the effect.

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    How I transform myself into a ghoul at halloween

     

    Crabby Skullduggery

    by dougw

    Douglas has created a 14 part, 3D printed animatronic Skull .... CRAB?

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    Crabby Skullduggery

     

    Robot Helmet with Arduino and WS2812 and Repulsor Ray Gun

    by robogary

    Gary built a Robbie-ish Robot head with a Arduino Nano, WS2812 strips, a LipO battery, 2 gearmotors, 2 DC buck power supplies and a..... bucket.

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    Robot Helmet with Arduino and WS2812 The Repulsor Ray Rifle, Arduino Halloween fun in Outer Space

     

    Mist Spooky Pumpkin Jack-o-Lantern

    by samyakjain

    This spooky Jack-o-Lantern spits smoke at you and flickers with an internal, programmable, LED.

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    Mist Spooky Pumpkin

     

    A Creepy Clowns Best Friend

    by rsc

    Scott built Man's ... a creepy clowns...  best friend, a skeleton dog with RGB eyes and a micro servo in its neck.

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    Creepy Clown's Best Friend Skelly

     

     

    Giant Hand Controller Animatronic Spider

    by zizumara

    A Genuinely scary and impressive Animatronic Spider, capable of being controlled by a glove, moving legs and dropping from the ceiling on a winch.

     

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    Remote controlled robot spider

     

    Animatronic Tiki Bot

    by robogary

    Not sure how Halloween this is but its certainly an awesome Animatronic, Speaking display item.

     

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    Animatronic TikiBot

     

    Robotic DEAL WITH IT glasses.

    By jordan314

    Jordan builds two pairs of robotic DEAL WITH IT Meme glasses. They use a continuous micro servo on a 3D-printed linear actuator mount to effectively stick it to the man.

     

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    Robotic DEAL WITH IT glasses

     

    Modern Ecto-1 VF2 SSV Redline

    by trendmarking

    Guido upgraded his car using scrap acrylic, blue book-covering and a scrap outdoor heater, for a very effective, if cosmetic, upgrade.

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    VF2 Ghostbusters SSV Redline

     

    The Bridge Troll

    By fmilburn

    You better pay this terrible troll's bridge toll, I am sure Candy will do!  Frank has outdone himself again with 3D printed parts and a custom lifting mechanism built into a wagon.


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    The Bridge Troll

     

    Halloween Bathroom Prank

    Natalia hosted a spooky party and decided to scary anyone needing the bathroom with a magnetic switch, a relay and a red lamp. Its a simple but really effective build.

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    Halloween bathroom prank

     

    Mad Scientist's Knife Switch

    by Workshopshed

    Andy is one of our favorite mad engineers and his modern take on a classic knife switch will hopefully spark something in you.

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    Mad Scientist's Knife Switch

     

    Scaredy Ghost

    By cozytom

    Ever wanted to play Peek-A-Book with a ghost? Well you can with this cute ghost with a 3D printed skeleton.

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    Scaredy Ghost