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This Working Bionic Hand Is Made from a Keurig Coffee Maker

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It turns out that Keurig coffee maker on your kitchen counter can be used for so much more than just making you a hot cup of joe. Just ask Evan Booth, who created Hedberg, a real working bionic hand made almost entirely out of the parts of a disassembled Keurig 2.0 K350 Coffee Maker.

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It took Evan about 200 hours to build it. Those 200 hours have been condensed into a 5-minute time-lapse that shows us all of the work he did. It isn’t the prettiest bionic hand we’ve ever seen, but it works.

It makes you wonder what other cool things you could build from a simple coffee maker. BRB. I have to go take mine apart.

[Anthony DeRosa via Laughing Squid]



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