The iBoogie speaker and dance machine

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The iBoogie is a twenty dollar speaker containing the accompanying rhythmic dance routines of a Stop Signal refuge. I would have prefered a moonwalking ampelmann, personally.

iBoogie Speaker and Dance Machine for MP3 Players [HSN via Oh Gizmo]

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3 Responses to The iBoogie speaker and dance machine

  1. David Carroll says:

    This gizmo gives me an idea for an application for the Meggy Jr Mark Frauenfelder mentioned yesterday:

    http://www.boingboing.net/2008/11/12/open-source-handheld.html

    Some sort of reality game where you teach dots to dance.. Hmm..

  2. Anonymous says:

    Does it have a mirror emage for the left speaker? Oh Stereo? Wha’ts that? Thats one of those OLD FASHIONED formats. These days, we never place speakers further than 12 inches apart, it makes them less portable.

  3. Clay says:

    There will come a day when the vast piles of miscellaneous gadgets bearing a lower-case i prefix will be regarded with the same detached bemusement as a pink-and-orange-plastic-with-peeling-woodgrain-decal device whose name has the suffix “-o-rama” is today.

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