There is an organ made out of furbies. That is 1) a thing that exists and 2) a thing that this is absolutely terrifying. There are 44 of these little guys in all, […] The post Man Creates Playable Organ From Furby Bodies, Summons Satan, Dooms Humanity appeared first on Geek.com.
We've seen a number of frankly odd creations from serial synth scientist Sam Battle of Look Mum No Computer over the years, including a bike/analog synth hybrid and a Jacob's Ladder drum machine. His latest build has been a labor ofShow More Summary
For no other possible reason than to create nightmare fuel, modder Sam Battle of Look Mum No Computer rewired 44 individual Furbys and programmed them to do his bidding, creating a nightmarish organ that emits the song of the damned when he tickles its ivories.
Furbys may be fun for kids of a certain age, but to the rest of us they are slightly terrifying. Now they’ve become even more nightmarish in the hands of Sam Battle, the hacker and musician…
Remember Furbys, the must-have creepy, robotic toy of the 1998 holiday season? Well, they never went away, they were just resting, and now they're ready for their revival. YouTuber Sam Battle of LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER finally found a use for all of those abandoned Furbys by building his very own Furby organ. Show More Summary
During the late ’90s, Furbies took over the toy market by storm, moving over 40 million units in a three-year span. Now, the owl-like creatures are considered a collector’s item, but one pioneering Furby enthusiast has envisioned something a bit more for the figures. Here, we get a look at 44 Furbies coming together to […]
Video. As if the fear of a looming nuclear war wasn't enough, Sam Battle, the hacker-musician behind the YouTube channel Look Mum No Computer, hacked together 44 Furby toys to build the world's first (and hopefully last) singing Furby organ, introducing a whole new element to your nightmares. More »
London musician and maker Sam Battle (a.k.a. “LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER“) has taken it upon himself to build The Furby Organ, an amazing functioning organ that is made from a large group of cute little Furbies. Dog Battles an Antagonizing Furby Toy That is Dangling on a StringFurlexa, A Furby Converted Into an Amazon EchoDas...
This is a video of the Furby Organ constructed by Sam Battle using 44 of the creepy little toys. Did you know over 40 million Furbies were sold in the first three years of its production? For reference, that's 40 million too many. "Are...Show More Summary
From the galleries, the music grows louder and more complex as the slaves, surgically operated upon to sing but one perfect note each, are stimulated to more passionate efforts. Even the young emperor is moved by the sinister harmony of their song which in few ways resembles anything previously uttered by the human voice. Show More Summary
Looking remarkably like the Mogwai creatures from the 1984 film Gremlins, Furbies first hit the market in November 1998, becoming an instant success. In just the first three years of production, over 40M of these fake fur-covered robotic toys were sold. Show More Summary
The Jigglypuff game controller I posted a few days ago could easily be defined as an abomination, but this Furby organ goes way beyond and should totally be used in Hell as a device to torture the souls of the damned. [Look Mum No Computer] The post Man Creates the Ultimate ABOMINATION: The Furby Organ! [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
You may recall the cat piano and other weird musical instruments that harness the various sounds of...various things. This is even weirder. An organ made of Furbys is what nightmares are made of. Since no one in their right mind ever had more than two Furbys, it took a lot of looking to assemble enough of them to build this thing. Show More Summary
Before Bluetooth, before the Internet of Things, and before network-connected everything, infrared was king. In the 90s, personal organizers, keyboards, Furbys, and critical infrastructure was built on infrared. Some of these devices are still around, hiding in plain sight. Show More Summary