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Animatronic flesh shoe

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Adam Brandejs made a really cool animatronic flesh franken-shoe controlled by a MP3 player – “The shoe is stitched together with multiple pieces of latex rubber cast out of moulds made from my own skin. The shoe’s toe and heel raise and lower as it occasionally vibrates/pulsates, and twitches on the floor as if it were still alive. The movement is not constant, and usually causes people to jump back while they are in the middle of leaning in for a closer look.” [via] – Link.

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