Here's a remote-controlled robot skull with a bunch of spooky legs.
A guy who goes by Y Nakajima built it. His website is here.
It's inspired by those strandbeest things
that everyone loves.
No, I can't tell
During last night's Mr. Robot season one finale
, Freedomgadget and io9 shared ever-so-quick appearances during a mini-montage of online media outlets the main character reads in a crisis. I had no idea it was coming and it made me question my reality and sanity, kinda.
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