Still on the wall in regards to your Halloween costume? A new iOS and Android app from Digital Dudz may be able to help you out stand out from everyone else who threw together something before starting their night of binge drinking.
Here's how it works: You pick out one of Digital Dudz original t-shirts (they range from $23.50 to $34.50), download its free app, find the animation that matches your shirt within the app, cut out certain parts of the t-shirt, duct tape your smartphone to the inside of the t-shirt so the screen animation plays through the parts you removed, and you're done.
The result is a creative, cheap costume that will, at the very least, work as a conversation starter at whichever party you wind up on Halloween.
Digital Dudz is the brainchild of NASA engineer, Mark Rober, who has been working on the project since Halloween of last year with the hope of giving people new creative, affordable costume options. The idea grew from Rober's first costume project which involved two iPads to create the illusion of a bloody hole going through his torso.
The only downside? If you do go the Digital Dudz route and wind up picking up a girl at a party, your phone will be strapped to the inside of your shirt. But you can cross that bridge when the time comes.