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Hacked NES Power Glove is a thing of horrifying, wriggly beauty

Hacked NES Power Glove is a thing of horrifying, wriggly beauty

Makeup tutorials, woodworking tutorials, baking tutorials — there are creators of every kind uploading lessons in their craft for the YouTube-watching masses. Still, it’s probably safe to assume this guy is the only YouTuber DIY-ing a robotic hand from an NES Power Glove to remotely play a modular synth. Probably.

On Sunday, musician-turned-inventor Sam Battle (aka Look Mum No Computer) released a 12-minute video showing off his revamped NES Power Glove and the musical feats it has achieved. 

A 1989 Nintendo creation that flopped big time, the Power Glove doesn’t seem like it would be good for much. But Battle has transformed his into a remarkably tactile triumph in electrical engineering, capable of manipulating volume, tone, and pitch all with the curl of a finger.  Read more…

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