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Tag: Furby

Modder Builds a Furby Synthesizer Module and It’s as Disturbing as You Might Imagine

Modder Builds a Furby Synthesizer Module and It’s as Disturbing as You Might Imagine
Look Mum No Computer (aka Sam Battle) clearly has some sort of strange obsession with making musical Furbys. You may recall his previously posted electronic organ created using 44 singing Furbys. I think we can all agree that is entirely too many Furbys in the same place at the same time.

Oddbody Furbies Are Either Adorably Weird or Straight-up Nightmare Fuel

Oddbody Furbies Are Either Adorably Weird or Straight-up Nightmare Fuel
Furbies have always been a little creepy to me – perhaps it’s that I’ve seen what they look like on the inside that did it, or maybe it’s just their hypnotic eyeballs. Either way, they’re already pretty weird looking straight from the toy factory.

Furby Centipede Is the Stuff of Nightmares

Furby Centipede Is the Stuff of Nightmares
Let’s face it. For as cute as Furbies were supposed to be, more often than not, they’re kind of creepy. People have done some really crazy stuff with these electronic pets over the years, from slicing in two with a waterjet, to turning them into an insane musical instrument.

Guy Builds a Singing Furby Organ to Haunt our Dreams

Guy Builds a Singing Furby Organ to Haunt our Dreams
Furbys may be fun for kids of a certain age, but to the rest of us they are slightly terrifying. Now they’ve become even more nightmarish in the hands of Sam Battle, the hacker and musician behind the YouTube channel Look Mum No Computer.

Watch Two Furbies Get Dissected by a Water Jet

Watch Two Furbies Get Dissected by a Water Jet
Back in the ’90s, the Furby was the hottest toy of the Christmas season. Well, now there’s a new edition with modern tech inside. It is more lifelike with creepy new digital eyeballs for instance. But nothing can prepare you for seeing what this thing looks like while it is being cut in half by a powerful water jet.

Doctor Who’s Cassandra Made with a Furby

Doctor Who’s Cassandra Made with a Furby
Moisturize me. Moisturize me you fool. This version of Cassandra is extra horrifying thanks to the use of a Furby in it’s creation.

Furby Living Turns Pop Icons into Freaky Furbies

Furby Living Turns Pop Icons into Freaky Furbies
My mom never got me a Furby when I was a kid, and now I understand why. Those things look freaky–and definitely not in a good way. I know some people think they’re the most adorable things in the world, but their huge bug eyes really up their creepiness factor for me.