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A quiet October night at home…

Here’s my contribution. This has taken me nearly a year to build, all completely from scratch. Everything inside the room is 3d printed (apart from the ceiling light) and much of the mechanism is 3D printed too. It has 3 computers, 3 smoke machines (also 3D printed), 27 servos, 60 LEDs and 3000 lines of code. It’s based on a 1940’s haunted house working model by Bolland but mine is a lot more complicated and a third of the size. I’d love to know what you think . — Kieron Rose
September 24 at 9:14 AM

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  • Tom Hyland October 10, 2021, 8:47 AM

    Wow… just wow. At first I was thinking it’s lacking Marley, 3 ghosts and a bowl of gruel but I thought too soon. Hey, no kitchen sink?

  • Mike Austin October 10, 2021, 8:57 AM

    I was reminded of an LSD trip I took back in 1977. I had delightfully forgotten that experience.

  • ghostsniper October 10, 2021, 9:02 AM

    We all have our needs.

  • Dirk October 10, 2021, 3:13 PM

    Outstanding. Truly impressive. I showed your project to my grand sons, I’m in big trouble. They now expect me to build them,,,, your creation. Honestly zero chance I could build this work of art.

    Outstanding.

    Vi

  • Lady Cutekitten of Lolcat October 10, 2021, 7:32 PM

    I want one!

  • D. Huggins October 10, 2021, 8:30 PM

    Classic, in every sense of the word. There may not be anything new under the sun but it’s certainly improved, enhanced and augmented beyond its 19th century predecessor.
    A work of art.

  • Sixtyville October 10, 2021, 10:53 PM

    [jaw drop]

    Fantastic! Better than anything I’ve seen at the Musée Mécanique at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco.

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