This week in Community: It’s Halloween!
This weeks’ community recap is dedicated to all the amazing entries we got for the #TricksWithBits contest. Check out some of the best entries below and scroll down to find out the winners of the most ghoulish hack!
Tweet or Treat made by @charliesmbdy
This Cloud bit powered pumpkin will give you a treat every time you tweet @Saatchi_Pumpkin!
Enderman head costume by Kevin_Kozlowski
Made just one long LED bits this is the perfect costume for any Minecraft fans!
DIY Darth & Han costumes by kpersaud & @fridgebuzzz
May the force be with you!
Sound Activated Halloween Evil Pirate Skull by 3DPrintingGirls
This 3D printed scull opens it’s mouth using the Arduino & Servo bits
We call this spooky contraption #TreatsWithBits.
Using a servo, motion trigger and timeout bits these cut out paper bats attached to an invisible thread move when someone enters a room.
Creepy Portait by Chuckphillips (and sons)
An adorable version of our creepy portrait project, using the motion trigger, wire and a servo bit.
Yoda Pumkin by Bytemeorg
May the Force be with you (again!)
A 3D version of our classic hack-o-latern project!
Noisy Ghost by JackAndJude
Made with Jude’s RGB Controllable LEDbit from bitLab! (Vote for it here)
A knock activated skeleton that comes alive with blinking eyes and a glowing body to spook some Halloween trick-or-treaters. Made with the pulse, l-wire, timeout and pulse bits!
Strobe Eyes Frankenstein by DavidatPCS
An even creepier version of the creepy portait.
AND THE WINNERS ARE….
A bit THANK YOU once more to everyone who submitted an entry and Happy Halloween from the littleBits team!