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These three singing squashes are driven by a RaspberryPi and low-cost projector. Your guests pick either a song, scare or haunting tale using the 3D printed control panel and its illuminated arcade buttons. This is housed securely alongside a waterproof speaker and all stands at the end of your drive/garden. This keeps the mains electricity and your projector safely indoors.
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Iotospehere.com brings news and reviews from the world of the Internet of Things. The main contributor to the website is Bojan Komazec a software engineer with more than 10 years of commercial software development. His interests are in computer networks, online security, privacy and, of course, Internet of Things.