You still have a couple weeks before Halloween to come up with a cool costume for your work costume contest and/or Halloween party with your buddies. Halloween always seems to come up so fast and before you know it its the inevitable rush to put something together.
Because Aluratek is in the tech business, here are some cool ideas for tech costumes – and you still have time to put them together.
3-D Glasses Dress
3-D is all the rage at the moment, so why not go out for Halloween dressed as a pair of 3-D glasses? Everyone will know where the inspiration for this dress came from as long as they have used those cheap 3D glasses somewhere along the line in their life.
Playable Pac-Man Costume
This wearable, playable Pac-Man arcade is all but guaranteed to win any costume contest this Halloween. Pretty awesome if you have the time and ingenuity. Also, you are not just limited to Pac-Man, but any 80′s claasic game you have would work. Click here to see the necessary steps to make one yourself.
Gaping Hole Costume
This one is awesome. Again, if you have the time and ingenuity this costume will have everyone talking. The idea is to put a webcam on your back, an LCD from a old DVD player on the front and send the signal from back to front — and the result is magic. Brilliant. Click here to see how it’s done.
How about dressing up as the physical manifestation of Twitter? All you’ll need is thousands of Post-It Notes. Have your friends continue to stick twitter messages all over your body. Jerk your head around in all directions as you follow everyone in the room while speaking in hashtags & RTs.
It’s really easy, the idea is to slap a poster of your Facebook profile onto a whiteboard, and attach it to your body. If you’re the creative type, you’ll figure out advanced ways to do it, but even this basic setup will do just fine. Don’t forget to cut out a large hole for your head. Click here to for tips and examples.
The ideas are limitless. What are you planning to dress up as for Halloween? Share your ideas and pictures with us by visiting our Facebook page or leaving a comment below! Happy Halloween!