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  • http://www.facebook.com/robertwulfman Robert Wulfman

    you should set up something that makes lights strobe when you pop open a champagne bottle

  • http://www.facebook.com/ragehappy Cody Carroll

    couldnt you take apart lets say a old game stick for pc games put all the wires in to where they arnt tangled every where and conect the other two wires to two buttons??
    and easy scrolling or effects if it could work :P

  • Sam

    connect alligator clips to you and some other people (maybe girls ;) and make a cuddle controller :)

  • Max Yankov

    I really would love to see a video of this used as a controller in a real live environment…

  • http://spencerthayer.tumblr.com Spencer “Thunderball” Thayer

    I have one. I’ve used it as a controller. It’s really simple yet fairly impractical. There were too many wires in the non-controlled environment so the devices kept loosing contact. Granted I was using bicycles to trigger effects so the medium may have been a problem. It does work great at home.

  • http://twitter.com/Lylax_Dubs Lylax

    that is really neat!

  • http://www.facebook.com/skulpture Graham Thorne

    Mine has just arrived and its amazing. Really easy to use! Well worth the money!

  • Richard III

    Bannana controlerism? Dada Life would love it!

  • All Day

    You should make a glitch hop midi fighter.. out of fruit or veggies!

  • Anonymous

    my friend did the same thing with his arduino few years back. although instead of midi signals it controlled a motor that opened the door to his dorm room.