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Oh noes! An 11th-hour invite to a Halloween function and you don’t have a costume ready! Or maybe you want something discreet but fun when the work dress code doesn’t permit a full werewolf getup. HalloWing to the rescue! Our spooky little development board, plus a few extra tidbits from Adabox 009 (or your parts collection) can quickly make an eye-catching accessory that no good host would turn you away for being under-dressed. Some of these ideas require just a few minutes.
This stylish neo-pixel clock is built with a Feather M0. You can make it talk, play music, play chimes, and play animation patterns. You can also set the time and control options using an infrared remote, Bluefruit Connect app, or touch controls. The guide includes a 3D printed case design where you can create your own custom case out of cardboard, wood or any other material.
This project turns a toy hammer into a magic wand that produces different sound and light effects depending on the spell cast based on simple gesture recognition. The amount of components in this project combined with the small room requires a bit of cramfu to get all the parts to fit. The compact nature of this project and the number of components means it's a best for a somewhat experienced maker.
Have some fun with the Adafruit Feather HUZZAH and the CheerLight project. Originally created by Hans Scharler, CheerLights allows people’s lights all over the world to synchronize to one color set by a specific Twitter feed. In this interpretation, Marc de Vinck creates a WiFi enable CheerLight using the Adafruit Feather HUZZAH, Neopixels, and some clever code.