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We had a great contest this year, with tons of awesome projects, and frankly we had a heckuva time picking winners. But the votes are all in now, and with the scores finally tabulated, I am pleased to announced the winners of the Make: Halloween Contest 2009.

The envelope please….


Third runner-up: Everett Bradford’s “Prometheus Device”

Everett has won an F1 Evaluation Platform (valued at $39.99), plus a $50 Maker Shed gift certificate.


Second runner-up: Eric Kingston’s “Silly String Shooting Pumpkin”

Eric has won a PICKIT 3 (valued at $69.99), plus a $50 Maker Shed gift certificate.


First runner-up: Ian Fagan’s “Ghostbusters Proton Pack”

Ian has won a PICDEM Lab (valued at $124.99), plus a $50 Maker Shed gift certificate.


Grand Prize Winner: Jared Martin’s “Mr. Bones and the Gourditos”

Jared has won a Microchip Starter Kit Bundle (valued at $600.00) which includes a PIC18 Starter Kit, a PIC24F Starter Kit, a dsPIC DSC Starter Kit, a PIC32 Starter Kit, a Memory Starter Kit, an F1 Evaluation Platform, and a PICKIT 3.


Congratulations to all our winners and, indeed, to everyone who entered! And thanks to our sponsor, Microchip Technology, for making the whole thing possible!

Happy Halloween!

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Sean Michael Ragan

I am descended from 5,000 generations of tool-using primates. Also, I went to college and stuff. I am a long-time contributor to MAKE magazine and makezine.com. My work has also appeared in ReadyMade, c’t – Magazin für Computertechnik, and The Wall Street Journal.


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