Adam Johnston is a two time Emmy Award Winning Sound Designer for FILM and TELEVISION. With 25 years of experience, he is the creative and technical expert behind Poison Halloween Props. Johnston has been creating and building Haunted Halloween mazes for over 15 years constantly striving to find new and ingenious ways to terrorize patrons!!
Johnston prides himself on DETAILED SOUND. His props all come to life with high powered speakers and high quality Digital MP3 players.
ANIMATRONICS is the best way to scare and entertain your patrons! They can be used in many different ways. Distract and scare or just scare. The possibilities are endless. All animations are built so we can animate them in violent ways, without putting a load or strain on the mechanism. End Result: Props that last for years!
We have been field testing all of our props for years and we program and test each one before it leaves our shop.
At Poison Halloween Props we put quality first.
At Poison Halloween Props our goal is to develop, design, and manufacture specialty Halloween Sound and Mechanical Effects.
Animatronic is the key word in what we build here at Poison Halloween Props. Its what gives the monsters life. It makes them move fast or slow, Violent or Slow and ghost like. The term "Audio-Animatronics" was first used commercially by Disney in 1961, was filed as a trademark in 1964, and was registered in 1967.
Disney initially developed animatronics technology, but other film companies, including Poison Halloween Props, have added refinements to the construction and programming of animatronics, and the field is constantly improving. Some animatronic creatures may have a few simple movements and a sound recording, but more complex ones can be programmed to perform specific actions. Engineers who work with animatronics are also striving to make the technology seem more lifelike with the addition of highly flexible joints, realistic skin, and meticulous special effects.
Long before digital effects appeared, animatronics was making cinematic history. Think "Jaws or "E.T.". Through the precision, creativeness of their creators, animatronic creatures often seem as real to us as their flesh-and-blood counterparts.
What exactly is an animatronic device? Basically, an animatronic device is a mechanized puppet. It may be preprogrammed or remotely controlled. The device may only perform a limited range of movements or it may be incredibly versatile.
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