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Weird and wonderful at Make Tokyo Meeting 07

Posted on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 in conferences, Maker Faire by Ian

These vegetables are wired to cry with you touch them. The tone changes depending on the stroke, and you can almost play them like an instrument. One of the most strange and wonderful projects for sure.

Check below for a roving human heart, DIY cotton candy, Maker manga, and more.

More photos below the fold.

Remote controlled, roving, human heart.

Maker manga Tenco, with a new edition for every Maker Meeting.

DIY cotton candy machine.

Play with the goo to make music. We ran a video of this a few hours ago.

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