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DIY R-Pi based haunted mansion portrait

Posted on Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 in Holiday, LCD, R-Pi by the machinegeek


Brandon Etto designed this changing portrait Halloween prop. The hardware consists of a Raspberry Pi (Model B) and a 19″ widescreen LCD Monitor. Construction details and code links can be found on MAKE.

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  1. vimark says:

    Creepy

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