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  1. Pneumatics
    This is my 2021 Tombstone build featuring an Octobanger controlled pneumatic jump scare. I call it my, Anabelle Fitswell Here is a small daytime video of the project. I think it came out ok. I wanted to create a Tombstone that would both look good during the day as well as at night. I...
  2. Prop How-To's
    A couple weeks ago, I Posted about usi the Brightsign video player paired with a prop controller to trigger video in your haunt. The effect is great, but the cost can be prohibitive. An alternative is to use the Teensy USB from PJRC to send a series of key presess to your computer to trigger...
  3. Technological Terror
    In an effort to speed up the time it takes me to build my controllers, I decided to take the plunge and learn the program Eagle in order to make up PCB's for my most often used controllers. These now take 15 to 40 minutes to assemble instead of hours with much less chance of making a mistake...
  4. Technological Terror
    So I made these nifty little boards made from little conversion boards I got from Spartfun. They take the odd pin pattern to a straight 8 pin connection perfect for a circuit board. When I looked at the traces on the board they appeared pretty small. Of course usually an ethernet connection...
  5. Technological Terror
    Here is a vid I made to help people set up and program the Nerve Center prop controller.
  6. Technological Terror
    I have a question I hope...REALLY HOPE there is an answer to regarding the use of touch tones for control. I guess I should elaborate a little. Everyone is familiar with Touchtones in thier phone, right? There is an inexpensive IC Chip that can decode up to 16 piared tones an average land...
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