Furby Organ Is A Brilliant And Creepy Invention

Posted: Feb 12 2018, 9:55am CST | by , in News | Toys

 
Furby Organ Is a Brilliant and Creepy Invention
Credit: Look Mum No Computer

Guy wires up 44 Furbies to make a musical instrument.

The Furby Organ is an incredible hack by the Sam Battle, who is running the "Look Mum No Computer" Youtube channel. He wired up 44 of the 90s viral toy to use it in a music instrument. Battle is actually able to play a decent sounding piece on the Furby Organ. To see 44 Furbies together is somehow creepy.

You can watch the amazing Furby Organ video below.

To make the organ, Battle hacked each of the Furbies to take control over their "brains." Furbies were the hottest toy of 1998. The hype was crazier than for the Hatchimals two years ago.

Over 40 million Furbies were sold during the three years of its original production, with 1.8 million sold in 1998, and 14 million in 1999. Furby have been relaunched in 2012 and are still available today. It's very funny to see that a 20-year-old electronic toy can find a great use like this. A nice touch of the project is the initial drawin of the Furby Organ, the mad inventor did years ago.

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