In this Instructable, Mirradin describes taking components from a Made with Magic Headband product and hacking them into a costume for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. It's one of the more elaborate and attractive hacks using Made with Magic as the LED drivers.
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Estefannie shares her Minnie Mouse backpack hack in this amusing and educational YouTube video. Her Made with Magic component source is a DIYMwM kit she picked up at a trade show. Hacks using this MWM source are starting to show up out there in the wild.
A Made With Magic Glove, along with some optic fibers, was used to enlighten a skirt in this hack by @MinnesotaMinne that was first reported on Twitter.
Some of the details for this hack came out during our interchanges and are shared in this article.
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Domed rose with a World of Color Sipper Cup base to supply Made With Magic capability. A relatively easy to accomplish Beauty and the Beast themed piece.
Details for this hack are laid out in the article.
The Magic Paintbrush is associated with the Paint the Night Parade. If you're lucky enough to be near a park featuring that parade, you may be able to get your hands on one of these little beauties.
Like it's cousin, the Magic Wand, it's intended to function as a controller of other Made With Magic products. In that regard, it functions like the Magic Wand. However, it's unique in that it's the only current Made With Magic product with audio capabilities.
In this article, a tear down reveals the audio subsystem and describes how it functions.
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