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October 4, 2006

DIY Halloween Cave Eyes

at 6:02 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

These Halloween Cave Eyes look like a cool project that will spook everyone that comes to your door. Check out the site for full details and PIC chip code.

“This is a little microcontroller circuit that has 15 pairs of L.E.D.’s that look like rodent eyes. The pairs of eyes blink in a semi-random fashion. So, what you end up with is 15 pairs of eyes staring out at you with one pair blinking (looks like the animal had to close their eyes briefly) at a time. The pairs of eyes are on wires so that they can be placed around the cave, bushes, etc. Runs off of 4 AA batteries.”



 

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5 Responses to “DIY Halloween Cave Eyes”

  1. Technology Insight » Blog Archive » HOW TO - Make Halloween “cave eyes” Says:

    […] Cowlacious Designs shows you how to make “cave eyes”, schematic, code, circuit board layout, and parts list included or you can buy a kit/complete unit… – “This is a little microcontroller circuit that has 15 pairs of L.E.D.’s that look like rodent eyes. The pairs of eyes bOriginal Link in a semi-random fashion. So, what you end up with is 15 pairs of eyes staring out at you with one pair bOriginal Linking (looks like the animal had to close their eyes briefly) at a time. The pairs of eyes are on wires so that they can be placed around the cave, bushes, etc. Runs off of 4 AA batteries.” [via] – Original Link. […]

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  4. BJ Winslow Says:

    Nice light effect, and also nice skull paneling. I’m more likely to make the skull panels myself.

  5. Bill Ramsay Says:

    Looks great.

    Where did you find/buy the foam(?) Skull “walls”??

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