Home Made Pressure Plate...

A while back I mentioned that I’m not much of an electrician, and this tutorial pretty much puts the exclamation point on that thought. I’m pretty sure there should be more than just cardboard and aluminum foil needed to generate power of any kind, but that’s literally all that’s needed to power the Pressure Plate that Rick Osgood made in this tutorial. It’s a great way to save a few bucks and still get a trigger for your props!...

Simple Laser Vortex Construction...

I’ve always wanted to post a link to a tutorial on how to build a laser vortex but I’ve not been able to find one that wasn’t either too detailed to the point of confusion, or lacking in detail, which is equally confusing.  Luckily, UrDaddyO31 posted a short video detailing the design of the laser vortex he used for his prop.  It’s not so much a tutorial, but it does lay out the design he used which was originally created by kimcfadd who has them for sale on HalloweenForum. This ultra-simplistic design incorporates a mirror mounted on a cpu fan.  The cpu fan and the laser are mounted to blocks of wood and as the cpu fan spins the mirror projects the circular laser effect which will become your laser vortex when you add a little fog.     ** Warning: Lasers can cause serious and/or permanent eye damage.  Never look directly at a laser or point it directly in someone’s eyes.  Consult Safety Recommendations for Laser Pointers for more...

Master Fog’s Homemade Fog Chiller...

Some tutorials are harder to write about than others.  This is not one of those.  The tutorial that the guys over at Master Fog have created for their Fog Chiller is perfect.  I can’t believe that I’ve already wasted this many words setting this wonderful tutorial up, but if you’re in the market to make a huge low lying fog chiller, then look no further, the instructions are below.  Oh, and be sure to stock up on plenty of Master Fog’s Ground Clouds or Creepin’ Fog juice .   http://youtu.be/a6HIO6dAGyY   Items needed to complete this include: 30 gallon trash bin Power Drill 4″ hole saw (or utility knife) 4″ pvc Y fitting Small fan 20′ ducting Duct vent Duct tape Ffog machine Low lying fog fluid  ...

Lights Alive

If you’re looking for a lightning simulator, Light’s Alive offers three state of the art models to fit your needs.  All three models have 1/8″ stereo jacks and are capable of Sound to Light output.  These units support LED, Incandescent, Halogen and Fluorescent lights.  All models come with a 5 year warranty, audio CD, and the option of an upgrade path. The FF-101 ($149) features 1 lighting channel capable of handling up to 1,500 watts in normal or dim lightning and sound to light modes. The FF-201 ($240) offers 2 channels capable of outputting up to 3,000 watts in stereo lightning, lightning + dim or sound to light modes. The FF-511 ($389) is the most feature rich model and offers up to 5 channels in stereo or double stereo, producing Lightning and sound to light, and includes a dedicated dimming...


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