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H.R. Giger Counter is Too Creepy to Use

by Conner Flynn

Get it? It’s a Geiger Counter made to look like it was created by H.R. Giger. I don’t know about you, but Giger’s Aliens creations creep me out. Therefore I could never use this. I would be too afraid that it would eat me from the hand up. Just let the radiation kill me.

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If on the other, you hand want to check for signs of radiation on some alien world, then this Giger Geiger counter is for you. The base radioactive sensor electronics were purchased from Adafruit industries and then modded into a xenomorph by Steve D of Mad Art Lab.

It looks pretty amazing, and quite scary. And yes it does actually work as proven in the video. Now you can be safe from radiation and freak people out at the same time.

[via Nerdcore via Obvious Winner]




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