Top Tech Inspired Halloween Costumes for 2018

Tech is scary. From news stories about the latest hacks, to science fiction movies about AI, to the threatening spam that appears in your email account.  Non-scary tech is also ubiquitous, ranging from cute emojis to iPhone costumes. This Halloween, why not dress in your favorite scary or funny tech-inspired costume. Get inspired by some of our favorite tech costumes below!

The simplest but most accessible costume? This snappy T-shirt with a 404 error.

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404 Error Costume

 

 

Love this hyperloop costume made from one of those collapsible play tunnels.

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hyperloop tech costume

 

Twitter is full of creative Halloween makeup ideas, just be sure you carefully plan it out carefully before you start applying makeup.

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twitter tech costume

 

Swipe right. Tinder and other social hookup sites can make a fun costume – but with both hands holding the costume, how do you hold your drink?

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tinder tech costume

 

Google Maps and other Google icons make an instantly recognizable costume.

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halloween tech costumes

 

Ok – let’s go to the proper Halloween stores for this one. Of course you can do a homemade iPhone or Android costume (but it’s so much work).

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halloween tech costume

Minecraft heads are pretty easy to make, all you need is a box, colored paper, glue, and some imagination.

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halloween tech costume

 

For the sexy and not-so-sexy hackers out there – an anonymous mask is just the ticket.

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halloween tech costume

 

Well it’s supposed to be the “cloud” This one looks a little on the stormy side, but it’s a great use of cotton puffs.

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tech inspired halloween costume

 

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Posted: October 12, 2018

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