The best Halloween tech gadgets that will make you scream!

These fun and frightening Halloween gadgets will take your house from basic and boring to high-tech and horrifying.

Best Halloween tech gadgets: If you are preparing to celebrate this year’s Halloween, there are some high-tech gadgets that you can choose to create a terrifying and spooky atmosphere.

Halloween is celebrated on the night of October 31 and is a holiday that is celebrated in many countries. Pumpkins play a leading role in this celebration, while those who choose to celebrate Halloween dress up, mostly choosing scary costumes.

Technology could not be absent from Halloween, as now on the market, one can find dozens of tech gadgets that create special effects and can be used for a party or house decor. Therefore, technophiles and gadget lovers can find plenty of ways to get in on the Halloween decorating action this October.

The Scary Mary Mirror

The Scary Mary Mirror is a stunning ornate Gothic mirror that works in any haunted house setting. It appears innocent until the mirror’s reflection suddenly transforms into a horrifying vision professionally engineered to “scare the yell” out even the bravest souls.

The mirror mounts very quickly to the wall and includes an HD TV, solid-state video player, thumb drive, and 25ft HDMI cable. There is an option to choose the scary image that will appear in the mirror. So, one can select a screaming clown or a zombie.

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Photo Credits Bone Chillers Atmos

Halloween Digital Projections

How would you feel if a ghost suddenly appeared in their backyard on Halloween? Atmos FX has created some of the coolest digital projections, which could be used to create a spooky and scary atmosphere this Halloween. There is a wide range of digital projections, including moving skeletons, screaming children, ghosts, and even talking pumpkins. One of these is called “Bone Chillers,” which has become a rollicking Halloween-themed decoration with a little bit of everything, from music and dancing to slapstick routines, plus a few good old fashions scares.

“If you want to upgrade your front yard cemetery into something truly legendary, consider a Hollusion Mode projection of Bone Chillers. Simply hang some Hollusion Projection Material in your yard and train your projector onto it. Suppose you can hang your material at a height so it barely touches the ground. In that case, it will appear that the skeletons have just dug themselves out of the graves and are thoroughly enjoying your front-yard graveyard. And if the skeletons are enjoying it, you know your friends and neighbors will, too,” the Atmos FX notes.

Halloween Fog Machine

If you want a next-level Halloween display this year, you should consider buying a fog machine. Various gadgets are on the market for indoor and yard use.

On Amazon, you can find a lot of low-cost Halloween fog machines, most of which operate similarly and are generally easy and quick to set up.

With a tech gadget like this, you can fill up a small room within a few minutes, creating a spooktacular atmosphere for any Halloween decorations.

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Photo by Szabó János on Unsplash

Animated Spell Books

Another tech gadget that you can purchase this year is the animated spell book. An average spell book lights up and makes creepy noises while a feather moves in circles as if writing. With this gadget, you can add a spooky touch to your Halloween décor.

You will need only a set of AA batteries to power the animated book. You can place it anywhere and enjoy this creepy and spooky tech gadget.

Halloween Dancing Pumpkins

If you are looking for a Bluetooth speaker for your themed party, then a Halloween Dancing Pumpkin is the gadget you need to purchase.

On the market, you will find plenty of different models, most of them are connected to any smartphone or tablet, and they have dancing LED lights that move to the beat of the music. A tech gadget like this is lightweight and easy to bring to any party. It can add some extra spooktacular atmosphere to your Halloween celebration.

George Mavridis is a freelance journalist and writer based in Greece. His work primarily covers tech, innovation, social media, digital communication, and politics. He graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication. Also, he holds an MA in Media and Communication Studies from the Malmö University of Sweden and an MA in Digital Humanities from the Linnaeus University of Sweden.