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October 29, 2010

Electronic Candy Dispenser

at 3:05 pm. Filed under Computer Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


This Electronic Candy Dispenser by Noel Portugal is sure to put some smiles on the adults who are lugging their kids around in a few days. You might remember the Text Messaging Security System project that Noel did earlier in the year.

Via: ioBridge

“When trick-or-treaters show up at my house they can text, call, or tweet a code displayed on an LCD screen to get their Halloween candy. They can also push the Big Red button. Once the candy request is made a few “special” effects are triggered by X10 modules. A low laying fog machine is activated and lights turn on while the candy shoots down from my front deck on the second floor.”


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One Response to “Electronic Candy Dispenser”

  1. ioBridge News and Projects» Candy Dispenser is a Twilio, Twitter, and ioBridge Mashup Says:

    […] their own DIY Halloween project this year. There’s also more information on Adafruit, MAKE, Hacked Gadgets, and Noel’s My Web of Things blog. Happy […]

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