The Very Best LED Ideas for Halloween
Halloween is just a few weeks away and with the scariest time of the year almost upon us here are some top lighting effects and ideas to scare the neighborhood and help you get the most fun and entertainment of this ghoulish festival of scares and frights.
With very little effort you can install and synchronize lights to music for great effect and and create some fantastic light displays like the one seen in the YouTube videos below.
- reenact Thriller to the tunes and lights from your house
- or spend Halloween with Ghostbusters
This is sure to get you the admiration of the street and brings some creative fun and thrills to the Halloween holidays.
The outdoor LED lights strips used to create this effect can easily be cut to size and installed on your home. Just connect them up to an LED remote controller box and simply program in the pattern of flashes for these outstanding effects, add in some speakers and your all set to go.
With outdoor remote control operated lights available you can add some fun to the garden and cast light over a large area to bathe the garden or your home in colorful lighting effects.
Or better yet lay your hands on a programmable laser light show system and put on a show to remember as skeletons dance across the house and strobe lights bring decorations to life.
But even if you don’t feel like decorating your whole house there are plenty of cool effects that can be implemented to give those who come trick and treating a real scare, or impress the neighbors. Simple LED light bulbs can be installed in most light fittings and operating from a remote control or you smartphone will help you set some scary mood lighting for your home.
Make cool, color changing lanterns or hide lights behind scary decorations of ghosts and ghouls to bring them to life whenever you want.
There are even LED light bulbs like this one that include Bluetooth speakers so you can add your own haunted house music or borrow some terrifying sounds to shock those who come knocking on your door or gaze upon your Halloween decorations.