Growing human body parts in a lab is a relatively new procedure, but one Japanese artist has already taken the process further by growing a 'lifeform' beside his PC. Can't see the video? Download Flash Player from Adobe.com Mechanical Tumour – designed by Mio Lizawa – communicates with a PC’s CPU and responds to peaks and …
I don't get it
What's it trying to say? That the harder something works the... more... it gets cancer? Eh?
Am i the only one who wants to play half life and see the thing go bang?
Try to run Crysis on full settings on my PC and it would probably pop. Although my CPU might well melt first.
how noisy !!
wonder what would happen if you ran crysis
I'm patenting the.
INFLATACOCK, Its a USB cock that gets bigger and more purple depending on the type of porn you look at.
It will also flash and a loud siren will sound if you look at extreme porn.
2nd version will send a signed confession to the local nic.
ROTM = Rise Of The Member.
started off looking good, but got boring :(
I'm lost for words.
Just the sort of thing if you like your keyboard to be covered with a lumpy yawn...
you will be assimilated
one small step for borg kind!
X-rated versions of these which "pulsate" when watching .......
want, want, want, want,
How cool would that look when the computer is rendering stuff or doing crazy photoshopping?
Although, could it go pop if a virus gets in and runs the CPU to maximum for too long?
The only question that springs to mind here is...
... whyyyy? @_@
a jar of sickly green liquid.
And some bubbles.
Just call me Morbius.
Effin awesome. And totally disgusting.
I owe you a beer for that term....and ROTM was great as well but you owe me a keyboard.
With all the air pollution here, I can hawk one up for y'all in no time at all.
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