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September 27, 2009

DMX Controlled Skeleton for Halloween

at 4:46 pm. Filed under Crazy Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Scary Lady bought a skeleton and hooked up some pneumatics to it to bring it to life. She takes it to the next level by controlling it with a DMX system. That way she can control the lights, skeleton movement and music! I bet there will be some super scared kids in her yard this year.


 

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9 Responses to “DMX Controlled Skeleton for Halloween”

  1. crafties Says:

    great video…almost holding your hand through the process..thanks for the info ;)

  2. Halloween props: DMX controlled skeleton - Hack a Day Says:

    [...] has posted this video about her setup. The skeleton was rigged up to a rotating base with a single pneumatic solenoid to jostle it. She [...]

  3. Halloween props: DMX controlled skeleton | Gizmo Nerd Says:

    [...] has posted this video about her setup. The skeleton was rigged up to a rotating base with a single pneumatic solenoid to jostle it. She [...]

  4. BOB BOB Says:

    SERIOUSLY? it takes all that hardware (and software???) to just make something shake?

    this is like using a tactical nuke to cook a hotdog.

  5. Halloween props: DMX controlled skeleton | Diy all the Way Says:

    [...] has posted this video about her setup. The skeleton was rigged up to a rotating base with a single pneumatic solenoid to jostle it. She [...]

  6. Halloween DIY Skeleton using Pneumatics and DMX! Says:

    [...] Here’s an awesome DIY skeleton for Halloween using pneumatics and DMX, incredible! (via hackedgadgets) [...]

  7. Jayson Nickols Says:

    That’s Terra from http://www.halloweenforum.com

  8. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Jayson,

    You have some impressive Halloween projects there! How long does it take you to setup?

  9. Jayson Nickols Says:

    Thank you! As you could probably tell, we are a little Halloween crazy in our household. As long as the weather cooperates, we can usually have most of it up in a weekend.

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