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Big Mouth Billy Bass Hacked to Have the Voice of Amazon’s Alexa

 |  |  November 6, 2016


Big Mouth Billy Bass is pretty strange all by itself, but how do you make it even stranger? Try downright creepy. You give this fish the voice of Amazon’s Alexa.

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Brian Kane is a genuine mad scientist for coming up with this crazy idea. He hacked a Big Mouth Billy Bass robotic singing fish so that it answers as Alexa, the voice that is used with Amazon Echo and Amazon Echo Dot devices. The result is so creepy and bizarre that I can’t decide if I’m scared, I want one, or I should kill it with fire. Maybe all three.


It is less annoying than the actual Billy Bass, so there’s that.

[via Brian Kane via Laughing Squid]



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