Creatrope writes – “Here’s a kid’s halloween robot costume with a twist – candy-powered and ATmega16 blinky lights! Most of the material is recycled. The entire costume was assembled from concept to treat-or-treating in about an hour and half (beside the trip to buy the materials above). The only parts are had to buy are the heating duct arms and the silver spray paint. The glued on parts were put on with a hot-glue gun, which seemed to hold the odd-shaped doodads well.” – Link.
Related: AVR for the M A K E R:
- Getting started with 8 bit AVR microcontrollers – Link.
- Build a $19 AVR Butterfly MP3 player – Link.
- POV (Persistence of vision) using AVR – Link.
- Open source Atmel AVR microcontroller kits… – Link.
- Atmel AVR Butterfly 4 – Link.
- Arduino, the Basic Stamp killer? – Link.
Halloween @ MAKE:
Enter the MAKE & CRAFT Contests!
- Makers and Crafters, it’s time to enter our ghoulishly fun Halloween contests! Anyone, anywhere can enter, and depending on what type of maker or crafter you are, you can enter all or just some of the contests – Link.