AtmosFREAKS Hall of Fame

May 31, 2017 | Posted in Freak of the Week


One thing we’ve come to learn over the years: Give a bunch of creative people a few tools and you’ll always be amazed with what they come up with. Year after year we see incredible feats of digital decorating goodness – sometimes deployed in ways we’ve never even considered; sometimes in mind-blowing magnitudes that makes us wonder if the neighborhood power grid is about to blow.

We love to see it all – the creativity of our fans continues to be inspiring. And because everyone needs a little inspiration, we have put together the Freak of the Week Hall of Fame. Below is a list of everyone who has been bestowed the honor of Freak of the Week since its inception in September 2015.

We hope you will use this list as a resource; as a way to get inspired to create The Next Great Thing. And when you do, make sure to send us photos and YouTube links to atmosfreaks@atmosfx.com – you might just be the next person on this list!

AtmosFREAKS Hall of Fame 

Name Date Honored Details
David Werner 12/13/2016 Built an artificial hearth to display Night Before Christmas
John Fabian 12/06/2016 Mixes-in video clips from new and old Christmas specials
Josh Mellor 10/26/2016 Built a 16x18-foot castle facade, plus a 14x9-foot screen
Jenna Ugero 10/26/2016 Quality home display; Two-time Freak of the Week
Zach Breaux 10/26/2016 Pumpkin Projection “how-to” with Jack-O’-Lantern Jamboree
Don Workman 10/20/2016 Many displays in small space, taking only 10 minutes to set up 
Matt E. 10/14/2016 Decorations to cheer flood victims; Two-time Freak of the Week
Daron Thomas 10/14/2016 His family has had Trick ’r Treat-themed events since 2008
Mike Epstein 10/06/2016 Numerous window projections at their biennial “Extreme Halloween”
Wayne Seadan 09/28/2016 A wall display of Phantasms goes viral – with Facebook views at more than 7 million
Ryan Diez 09/22/2016 Nine projectors and seven AtmosFX Digital Decorations at this home
Brett Hancock 09/13/2016 Spooky but family friendly, using Bone Chillers and Hollusion effects
Justin Delacuetara 09/09/2016 Fully furnished miniature scene using the Pepper’s Ghost effect
Craig Puckett 05/19/2016 Used Windows Movie Maker to cut together two independent 45-minute loops
Hector Prieto 04/21/2016 Crisp projection on the cheap – using an eBay projector and simple shower curtain
Scott Moore 03/31/2016 Built false wall and frame to showcase UnLiving Portraits – using only one monitor
Jeff Fogarty 03/17/2016 Numerous digital decorations pieced together in a series of looping videos
Ivan Marasca 03/03/2016 Star Wars-themed Christmas display – and Night Before Christmas, too
Paul Reynolds 02/25/2016 Last-minute addition of Ghostly Apparitions brings tons of visitors to the home
Chad Laubach 02/11/2016 Night Before Christmas and Winter Wonderland on display, with 30,000 lights
Ingo Heydkamp 02/04/2016 Step-by-step photos of a false wall showcasing UnLiving Portraits
Matt E. 12/17/2015 A Halloween digital decoration newcomer gives Christmas a go
Timm Reed 11/12/2015 2012 video shows early adoption of Santa’s Visit and Winter Wonderland
Brent Conrad 10/29/2015 Flawlessly executed outdoor Hollusion effect in the yard
Jenna Ugero 10/22/2015 Entire house displays multiple scenes, including Phantasms and Zombie Invasion!
Jason Cash 10/19/2015 Perfect projector placement renders Hollusion Projection Material nearly invisible
Robert Cox 10/19/2015 Bright lights make center display seem darker, where Phantasms emerge
Don Raymer 10/08/2015 Step-by-step building of a DIY crystal ball using Phantasms
Steven Nance 10/01/2015 ‘Haunted Nansion’ uses 10 projectors to display 10 AtmosFX Digital Decorations
Brandon King 09/22/2015 Great use of Ghostly Apparitions Hollusion effect, plus singing pumpkins

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