7 techie tips for a scary halloween
Is there a higher demand for parents than Halloween?
It\'s all about clothing and too much candy for kids.
But parents should combine the skills of customers, set dresser, event planner and Steven King.
It\'s almost enough for you to want to turn off the porch lights and wait for Thanksgiving. Despair not;
This is the technology of rescue.
We \'ve found a variety of easy ways to use your computer, mobile phone and other devices to help you make cool costumes, scary decorations, and finally leave a lasting Halloween memory. 1.
Take zombie selfi for example, is this the only thing kids like more than zombies? Smartphones.
The Zombify app combines these two obsession by applying a layer of virtual gore and blood to the selfie.
This way you can be your neighbor\'s Greg nikoto without asking your object to spend hours sitting in a makeup chair. Even better?
Zombify is free for iPhone and Android users. 2.
How often do you make a costume?
Once a year, and most importantly, give or take part in the school drama?
Why not get advice from experts?
Adam Savage from the mythical vandal filmed an inspiring videoand-
Dirty doctor Ock costume in spider
Man 2 by comedian Barton oswalte.
You may not want to make this outfit, but you can guide his thinking process with lightweight materials, install them on a comfortable backpack frame and find the right adhesive for these materials, the most important thing is to emphasize security. (
The accident is not interesting, no one will even lose one eye. )
This is just an idea.
The internet is full of tips and tricks from actual costume designers, makeup artists and special costume designers
Special effects expert working on film and stage.
A better source of inspiration is the army of talented amateurs engaged in cosplay --
Genre conference. 3. Put J. S.
Bach is in your mailbox and it takes a lot of effort to build a very scary haunted house.
But the right creepy noise at the right time is not just the bones
It is chilling and easy to produce.
For example, hide a wireless speaker in your mailbox.
Pair it with your phone and when a prank or a treat comes, there\'s an associate moaning, \"Let me get out of here. . .
\"Try a pipe if you just want to be in the mood music --
Organ in D minor classical Bach Tokata and fugue.
Or play the classic show of this creepy Tom Wates. 4.
Adding internal organs to your smartphone Rober is a fiddling high
When his hobby started his life, Tech Halloween costumes.
He quit his day-to-day work on NASA\'s Mars probe project and now offers a free app with beating hearts and other animated gore and guts.
When you run this app on your phone, slide into a costume and show enough screens to bring horror to life.
You can order clothing online or make one yourself. 5.
Carve your pumpkin CNC
Is the CNC machine sitting next to it? Thengo for it.
If not, you can aim at CNC-
Use quality pumpkin with less Cuddy material.
Google search can give you a direction.
Think beyond the current presidential candidate B)
Free or cheap templates for templates. (Our favorite?
A pumpkin-carved withan actual QR code where you can set up a custom link where visitors can actually scan on their phone. )
You can then simply go through the template and pump it using the Dremel tool.
Faster than most pumpkins. carving blades—and safer.
Consider a high level once your engraving is completed
Technical Alternatives to lighting candles, such as the hardware store\'s LED lights, and even a bundle of cheap laser indicators, project images of pumpkins onto the garage door. 6. Design a Flat-
Don\'t let the TV engineer discuss the advantages of hanging the TV on the fireplace.
But any TV that is put there, where you may see a delicate mirror or painting, is a particularly good candidate for this simple wayto.
Buy a cheap old one
The plastic or metal borders of the TV are covered with old wooden frames.
Cover the screen with two-
Mirror vinyl you can find at the craft store. Voilà!
Your TV is a mirror of heir.
Then slip away in a ghostly DVDand and you have a terrible thing to do. 7.
Drink glowing in the dark remember those terrible black
Light poster from \"that 70-year-old show?
\"Or the actual 1970?
On Halloween, this retro technology can be scary in a completely different way.
Replace some ordinary bulbs with black lights, which you can find in hardware store.
Fill the beaker or tube with the tonic water in the supermarket and walk into your Halloween party with the lightin-the-dark drink. (
Quinine in nourishing water makes it shine bright blue fluorescent under black light. )
Want to scare your friend? Cackle. Drink it.
Pretend to stop.
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