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Miffy bunny DAP with adorable dock

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2009

Miffy bunny DAP with adorable dockMeet Miffy. This little bunny is all set to give Hello Kitty a run for her money. Apparently Miffy is from Dutch children’s books or something, and has now been made into an mp3 player. The grassy dock is what really sells you on the cuteness.

It’s made by MobiBLU. We don’t have a price or capacity yet, but it should be available this month. Choose this over the evil Hello Kitty, won’t you?

Humping Bunny defiles your computer

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on October 17th, 2008

Humping Bunny defiles your computerThese USB bunnies are cute. But you know bunnies. They want to multiply. They hump like, well, like bunnies. And if there are no other USB bunnies in your home, it will gladly do the nasty with your USB ports. Because bunnies are crazy. They can’t stop.

Your computer or laptop will never be the same. Straight from Japan, each bunny comes equipped with authentic? humping motions and 1GB of memory. They’ll cost you about $15.

Haptic mutant Tribble/Bunny creature

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on May 23rd, 2008

Haptic mutant Tribble/Bunny creature
In his attempt to build a better tribble thing, roboticist Steve Yohanan has come up with a Haptic creature that looks like a tribble with bunny ears attached. One that raises the creep factor, by having no facial features. This robot uses touch feedback as it’s only way to communicate.

It’s full of pressure sensors and the need to lull you into a false sense of safety with lots of fur and no face. It will be able to sense how you touch it or stroke it, and it will respond with breathing motions, ear wiggles or purring. What we have here is a fancy fur slipper that’s been sewn up after installing some gear. I just wish I worked for the company, because I’d find a huge bin full of these things and recreate the classic trek image above.

Save the bunny with interactive surgery

Posted in Humor by Reuben Drake on May 14th, 2007

Save the bunny with surgery onlineTo show off some interactive web experiences, you can perform some life-saving events on a bunny by trying to shock it back to life and then perform surgery, all under 60 seconds. Good luck.

link via Boing Boing