Open source Halloween LED projects

Posted on Saturday, October 5th, 2013 in Holiday, LEDs, open source by the machinegeek

Eric Thompson of Lowvoltagelabs. sends in these two Open Source Hardware projects for Halloween:

I thought October might be a good time to share a couple Halloween related circuit boards that I have designed. Both of them were designed using KiCAD and I have released them as open source hardware so people can make their own versions.

The first one is a pumpkin shaped PCB with a 10mm flickering LED. It can be used to light up your pumpkin instead of a candle.

The second one is new for this year, it’s a ghost shaped PCB with flashing green LEDs for eyes. Makes a great necklace for Halloween night.

Via the contact form.

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