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Whizz it around your head and hear it roar!
Pull the string to see Makey dance and do jumping jacks!
Laser cut this slot-together raceway and for a fun, gravity-powered racing game.
Put the world’s most obnoxious yard tool to batter use!
This Trick-or-Treater Tracker can look right through your front door, track the costumed kids approaching your home, and then automatically accost them with different scary sounds and customized messages.
Give your jack o'lantern the ability to express a multitude of emotions by bringing it to life as a zoetrope animation!
A ghost with glowing eyes hovers in the window. Watching. Always watching.
From science classrooms to high end restaurants and now to your kitchen, cooking with liquid nitrogen is becoming more common.
Ghostly hands lift the lid of the box... or maybe it's just pneumatics. Learn how to hack a box that opens on its own using syringes, tubing, and duct tape.
Your kiddo is never too young to start appreciating the joys of electronic music, so here's a child-friendly sequencer with lights and sounds.
I was inspired by Kinder Surprise eggs to make a white chocolate milk jug filled with candy.
Scare trick-or-treaters precisely when you want to with the help of some Wi-Fi enabled microcontrollers and Node.js.
The Jetson TX1 Cat Spotter uses advanced neural networking to recognize when there's a cat in the room — and then starts teasing it with a laser.
Learn this party trick first pioneered by the ancient trickster/tinkerer Ctesibius. The siphon in this cup will quickly teach you a lesson in moderation.
Platonic solids are great mathematical fun. Print, cut, and fold these shapes for homemade gaming dice — or use as templates for larger shapes!
Build the “PinSim” cabinet controller and play VR pinball with real flipper buttons and an accelerometer-based nudge system!
Build a carnival-midway strength tester game using strain gauges and a comparator chip
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