Thriller! Top ways to use a Pico Projector this Halloween...
- 21 Oct, 2010
Halloween is just around the corner and Personal Projector have some spooktacular projection ideas for your fright night party or night in! Why not even incorporate your pico projector into your costume and whip it out whilst outside or in a bar - project some ghoulish looking ghosts or Count Dracula as in our image above! Alongside our ideas putting both the portable projector's audio and visual abilities to use, we’ve compiled our top 3 Halloween videos – perfect to project from Youtube on October 31st!
Spooky stuff - use your projector to add the thrill factor this Halloween!
Why not project a classic scary movie onto your living room wall. Don’t forget a nice big bag of popcorn to accompany you. We were thinking the family-friendly The Addams Family or the recent remake of the classic ANightmare on Elm Street. NUMBER THREE in our top videos countdown this Halloween is the trailer for the horror spoof comedy Scary Movie:
More TREAT than TRICK, our next idea is to project a slideshow of images as a centrepiece at your party. You can download some great Halloween images for free at http://www.morguefile.com – just search ‘Halloween’. NUMBER TWO in our top Halloween video clips is the old TV Advert for the Haunted House ride at Alton Towers theme park...ghoulishly good fun!
Thirdly, and fitting perfectly with our NUMBER ONE Halloween video clip – is to use your projector for musical purposes. Fully supporting audio – turn your portable projector into a portable sound system and load it up with some Halloween themed music...why not upload the Ghostbusters theme tune for example! Our Adapt 305 has built in stereo speakers, or easily attach your pocket projector to external speakers for extra oomph! And what tune fits Halloween better than Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’? It’d be DEAD easy to project this multi award winning, zombie-tastic short film (the full version is 13 minutes) to enjoy this Halloween. Our number one video choice is the live performance of Thriller! “Aaaow!”
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