With Halloween right around the corner, we wanted to share some patented technology sure to make this Halloween an extra spooky one.
Halloween candy sign
This year will be different when it comes to trick-or-treating as many cities have regulations around the event. This patented Halloween candy sign is the perfect way to socially distance while still participating in the fun. The sign, seen below, has two sides. One telling trick-or-treaters that your house still has candy available while the other lets them know that you have already passed out your Halloween treats – all without being exposed to anyone.
Halloween themed serveware
The following Halloween themed serveware, patented earlier this year by Target Brands, is a true party pleaser. Fill it with your drink of choice to share among friends and family. The creepy claw base with the skeleton head atop is sure to make any party a spooky one.
Halloween pumpkin/jack-o-lantern display stand
Looking to frighten your trick-or-treaters this year? The patented Halloween pumpkin/jack-o-lantern display stand is triggered by movement. As unsuspecting trick-or-treaters approach, the platform will rotate, flicker its lights, as well as speak – sure to catch them off guard.
Halloween afternoon at dracula 3-d castle board game
Many are choosing to stay in and celebrate the holiday with immediate family this year. However, that doesn’t mean that the festivities need to stop. The following patent is for a Halloween afternoon at dracula 3-d castle board game. Not only is this board game 3-dimensional, but it also makes sounds, lights up, and plays Halloween music along the way.
Life size halloween novelty item
If the Halloween pumpkin/jack-o-lantern display stand wasn’t spooky enough for your liking, take a look at this patented lifesize halloween novelty item. This lawn display patented back in 2011, is not only lifesize but also motion detected – so as your trick-or-treaters near, the novelty item spews fake blood from its mouth into a bucket down below. If that’s still not creepy enough, motion sensors facing different directions are attached to a voice recorder and a speaker allowing your creepy messages to play.