I hope all of our readers are having a horrifying Halloween.
For those looking for something suitably spooky then the good people at Unicef have developed an app allowing you to quite literally get into the spirit of things.
It lets you use your pictures from Facebook and adds costumes on top. As an added incentive to be charitable to a great cause, some of the better designs are only available after a small donation.
Another interesting costume involves a very clever use of iPad 2s dual camera feature. I’m not sure how it works but it looks like the guys got a hole in him. Very nice.
Elsewhere on the web, the trusty Google homepage currently contains a fantastic time-lapse video showing pumpkins so big they look genetically modified being carved to form the company name. Filmed outside the companies headquarters and done to the tune of jolly Balkan music.
Here’s an interesting slideshow of all the Google Halloween doodles over the years. It’s worth noting that this Halloween is the first time that they posted a video rather than an image. Hopefully it wont be the last.
This Halloween light show has sparked some interest online in the last week. Among the vibrant colours there are also pumpkins singing in synchronicity to the music. We will have to wait and see if they can top their own efforts this Christmas.
Staying on the subject of pumpkins, this fantastic video takes the Internet staple of breaking things in super slow motion and gives it a creepy spin.
Enjoy the sight of smashing pumpkins with no mention of the band in sight.
Google Street Boo from a couple of guys at BBH plays with Google street view with the nerdiest Halloween costume ever.
And check out the carved creations over on duckduckmoosedesign