bill-swift - September 20, 2012
There's this thing geeks like to do called circuit bending. It's basically customizing and 'bending' the circuits in an existing electric device, like kid's toys or digital synthesizers, to come up with 'new' audio or visual instruments.
That's exactly what Olaf Ladousse did with a Mr. Incredible phone. Or something that used to be a Mr. Incredible phone, anyway. He tweaked a couple of stuff on the inside and outside to come up with this doorag--an electronic plaything that produces sounds that would probably make anyone go nuts if they heard it enough.
If you're curious, you can check out what it sounds like by hitting 'play' on the player above.
Olaf probably has a huge sense of humor because he fixed Mr. Incredible up to have a permanent boner. And that boner's what you have to push around to make those annoying Lo-Fi sounds that we mentioned earlier.
It's definitely not for kids, but it makes a pretty funny gift. You can check it out at Etsy where you can buy it for $99.
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