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Check out this terrifyingly fabulous DIY Furby Organ

Furbies were the “IT” item of the ’90s. Everyone I knew either had one or wanted one, including myself. I think I finally managed to get a semi-broken one at a rummage sale, but that’s another story altogether. Digital Trends spoke to Sam Battle, the maker of this synchronized Furby collection, and asked him all the important questions. Questions such as, “Where in the heck did you get all the Furbies?”

“I came up with the idea a good six or seven year ago,” Battle said. “I was modifying Furbies for a few years. I bought a ton of Furbies, but I didn’t have the technical know-how, so the plans laid dormant for a few years. I found myself mentioning to people about this Furby Organ, but whenever I mentioned it, I felt like a dreamer with an empty idea, which got on my nerves. So this New Year’s Eve, I made a resolution to finish this idea. After four weeks of soldering and swearing at inanimate toys, the world has a Furby Organ!”

You can watch the Furby Organ in action on Digital Trends by clicking this link.

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Jenn Toso 是一个社交媒体营销专家,擅长一切社交活动!作为 Digi-Key Electronics 社交媒体团队的忠实成员,您可以在 Digi-Key 的社交媒体渠道上看到她的博客、分享、推特和帖子。Jenn 酷爱创客和 STEM 社区,她相信今天的年轻人手中握着一把为我们每个人创造更美好明天的钥匙。Jenn 拥有科学学士学位、互联网营销硕士学位和曲棍球妈妈博士学位。业余时间,Jenn 喜欢探索她最近发现的可穿戴技术的亲和力,也喜欢让自己痴迷于所有与曲棍球相关的东西。您会常常发现 Jenn 活跃在一些社交媒体或曲棍球球场上——或有时候同时乐在其中。

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