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Circuit-Bent Mr. Incredible is Incredibly Inappropriate

by Paul Strauss
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Hackers love to take kids’ toys and cheap gadgets and turn them into electronic noisemakers using a technique long referred to as “circuit bending.” Usually you find something like a mutant Furby or maybe an Atari joystick – or a combo. But here we have Pixar’s Mr. Incredible – looking quite svelte these days. Oh, and he has a massive erection.

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The warped mind of Olaf Ladousse took this once innocent Mr. Incredible phone and turned it into an electronic plaything – where you have to play with Mr. Incredible’s potentiometer-enhanced junk to make Lo-fi sounds. What kind of sounds? Well, press play on the video below (and turn the volume down if you don’t want to blow out your eardrums.)

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If you’re a real freak and want to add this to your collection of weird and rude toys, head on over to Etsy, where you can grab it for $99 (USD).



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