Use left/right arrows to navigate the slideshow or swipe left/right if using a mobile device. Here, using Dinosaur Encounter, a T-Rex appears to be considering a snack. AtmosFX, AtmosFEARfx, AtmosCHEERfx and all associated logos and designs are trademarks or registered trademarks of AtmosFX Inc. Get the latest product and sales news by signing up for our newsletter and we’ll send you a coupon for 10% off our digital decorations. In our last article, we gave you tips on how to pick the perfect projector for digital decorating. Now, go pick your perfect window and get creative! Many AtmosFX Digital Decorations have both vertical and horizontal orientations. If you point your projector directly at a window, your viewers may be able to see the bright beam of light coming from the machine. Prepare for a bone-rattling good time as skeletons rise from their graves, startle the unsuspecting with spine-tingling scares, dance, and jam. Using a projector, these DVDs let you project scary scenes both indoors and outdoors on any surface. Stay up to date on our latest and greatest sales and new product releases! Many of our decorations look amazing when projected as life-size vertical images. For example, if you’re running your projector in your dining room but need to keep your living room lights on, try hanging a curtain in the door or archway between the two rooms to block the light. If you can think of a window that would make a great space for a scare, get creative! We’d love to see what you did! It is easy to transform any window into dynamic Halloween-themed stained glass using Halloween window. In the world of projecting, this is called “hot spotting,” and it can provide a less-than-desirable effect that can spoil your illusion. Press the space key then arrow keys to make a selection. to bring the horde to any window. However, many projectors have a feature called “keystone correction” that will allow you to correct this. Halloween Projection Flying Skulls Try some flying skulls in your window this Halloween, with our Flying Skulls Halloween Projection. Skeletons from Bone Chillers haunt an upstairs window. AtmosFX Window Projection Material is a white semi-translucent sheet of nylon, perfect for projecting decorations onto large windows. Perfect for Christmas and Halloween decorations. Today, we’ll take things a step further and show you how you can use your projector to transform any window into a jaw-dropping digital display for Halloween, Christmas or any other holiday. Tax and shipping will be calculated at checkout. Bright and brilliant, Halloween Window is a gleaming collection of animated glass pumpkins, skeletons and ghosts on a bewitching night. Free Express Shipping For A Limited Time Only! If you happen to have a house with unusually shaped windows, don’t let them go to waste! If you run into this issue, take a look at your projected image from the vantage point of your viewers and think about how you can adjust the position of your projector to hide its light beam. Halloween Window Projector, Led Holographic Projection Lamp, 12 Movies, Used for Halloween Outdoor Garden Decoration Family Outdoor Party to Create Atmosphere $39.99$39.99 Halloween Flash, Halloween Talking Animated Pumpkin with Built-in Projector & Speaker, 3-in-1 LED Pumpkin Projection Lamp for Home Party (3in1) $7.99 shipping The trick is to find something that captures your projection while still allowing enough of the image to pass through on the other side. And remember, when it comes to window projections, there are no rules – if it’s got glass or plastic (or space where glass or plastic could be) and you’ve got the room to point your projector at it, you can project onto it! How Does It Work? Since it’s a semi-translucent sheet of woven fabric, it is light enough that you can use the included peel-and-stick hang tags to put it on your window or window frame, or you can even tape it directly onto your window. There are two sizes: 4’ x 6’ and 5.5’ x 9’. Today, we’ll take things a step further and show you how you can use your projector to transform any window into a jaw-dropping digital display for Halloween, Christmas or any other holiday. And we’re not kidding – we’ve even seen people set up short-throw projectors inside of their (completely dry) showers and use our decorations to scare the pants off of party guests.