By David Pescovitz at 12:07 pm Mon, Feb 27, 2012
This curious device is The Badgermin. Artist David Cranmer hacked a Theremin kit to integrate it with a taxidermy badger, and vice versa.
The Badgermin (via Technabob)
But is Linux installed on it?
And now it’s time to install Linux: http://everything2.com/title/How+to+install+Linux+on+a+dead+badger
Aww. That version is missing my favorite part: the bit about the holy water. Overtaken by political correctness?
Looks like it should have been built on the Beaver platform, rather than the Badger. Maybe for v2.0.
Wow. I have never seen a better example of both ‘Why?’ and ‘Why not?’
This may well be the coolest thing we will see all week.
Come on internets, prove me wrong!
It’s official; the ukulele is now SO last week.
“I’m walkin’ on sunshine… whoa-oh…”
Would you care to play my badger?
Does crazy, nasty-assed Theremin Badger give a shit?
Nope, Chuck Testa!
It’s pretty badass, look!
A perfect duo for a Steampunk wedding band :)
Badgers everywhere think this is not hilarious.
But this person is thrilled.
Tonight’s performance has been brought to you by BeerDog.
This guy either has read or needs to read “The Squirrel Machine”
I have a good friend who’s building a catzersizer. Not sure if he’ll apreciate the competition.
Now someone needs to learn to play the badger song on it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIyixC9NsLIThe rhythm will be tricky on a theremin, but the “it’s a snake” part will sound particularly awesome.
I’ll see your badgermin and raise you a theremingo!
man taxidermy is weird and creepy
Theremin, schmerimin. I know a Franklinator when I see one.
Where the hell have you been?
Taking a sabbatical to explore some of the less civilized parts of the internet. Didn’t you get my note?
Yeah, but two months?
Got lost after a wrong turn at Politico. I missed you too, buddy.
I am definitely concerned. This is going to do to badgers what Jaws did to sharks.
He turned a Badger into a Theremin? That’s just disturbing and weird.
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