This year I’ve added an 8-foot by 4-foot setup with singing Christmas bulbs made up of 2,323 M5 bulbs and controlled by the same setup that runs our Halloween setup.
Some of the new features this year:
The graveyard light show with the Ghostbusters theme:
And Spooky Scary Skeletons:
Here’s what the computer program I use to create the light show looks like:
And a news segment from years ago where I explain how the tech works:
With everything this year has thrown at us, we felt it was important to keep some “normality” in the form of our abnormal home Halloween display. It’s still a work in progress, but we’re enjoying the process.
November 21, 2017 – WTAM Newsradio with Bill Wills and Derek Meister
Holiday gift shopping has begun as early access events precede Black Friday. A Best Buy survey of 1,500 American adults brought out a few top tech trends for the 2017 holiday season.
Visit the Best Buy Blog for more information on the top 30 must-have gadgets at Best Buy.
As the days grow shorter, I found the perfect way to add some holiday cheer to my computer monitor.
I found these battery-powered lights at the local Walmart that will not only last 20 days on 3 AA batteries, but include an automatic timer to run 6 hours, then shut off for 18, before starting the cycle again.