Yes, this is an awesome light-detecting pumpkin which you can make yourself but I think that spoils all the fun. Candles going out, burnt fingers and wax everywhere is surely part of the 'fun.' If you disagree, then here is how you go high-tech with instructions from Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories.
It features batteries and LEDs and will happily turn itself off and on when it is light and dark. How very helpful!
Implications - Now, my childhood memories of trick or treating always involved pumpkins that were illuminated by candles, not LEDs. It'll take some getting used to, but LEDs are an incredibly more practical way of lighting your pumpkins. Hooray for technology.
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