What happens when you combine a smartphone app, a clever t-shirt, and a former NASA engineer?
A really cool and kind of freaky Halloween costume called Digital Dudz.
First you buy a t-shirt from Morphsuits.com.
Then you download the free iPhone and Android app Digital Dudz.
From the app you can choose from a video of eyeballs, beating hearts, guts, worms, you name it, all to animate the graphic on the t-shirt.
You see each shirt has a hidden pocket inside to secure your phone.
A little tech, a little gore, and
you've got a perfect last minute costume to impress fellow trick or treaters.
If you're really stuck in need of a last minute Halloween costume, download the $1.99 Masketeer app onto your iPad.
Each of the 12 scary masks makes a scream, says trick or treat, and even says thank you.
Hey, who said gruesome and polite are mutually exclusive.
Hold the iPad up to your face and presto.
Have a happy Halloween.
Just remember to charge your phone or tablet's batteries.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi CNET.com for CBS News.
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