Messing about with JavaScript, video and the Web Audio API for Halloween

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Happy Hallowe'en

So it's Hallowe'en. I'm not normally one for dressing up and terrifying the neighbours, but I did get a little inspiration to try to hack something together online.

With a touch of CSS, a dab of JavaScript and, most importantly, a willing volunteer behind the camera and microphone (that's you, try talking or shouting at the screen), here's what I came up with.

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Phil Nash
Developer evangelist for Twilio and Authy. I write JavaScript and Ruby. Probably listening to ska punk right now. console.log('🍻');
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