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Tech projects for an extra spooky Halloween

Tackle these DIY projects and easy how-tos for a tech-ified Halloween.

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Watch this: Halloween how-tos

In this episode of The Fix, we're tackling projects that can help you achieve the ultimate Halloween ambience, even if you haven't yet figured out what your costume is.

First, Donald Bell shows off his DIY mastery with a motion-actived light that will freak out trick-or-treaters when they arrive at your doorstep. Then I'll show you how to turn your Philips Hue light bulbs into an awesome, party-worthy light show that syncs with whatever music you're playing. Finally, Dan Graziano shows you that all you need for an impressive jack-o'-lantern is a printer.