Ned Troide became famous for scoring 72,999,975 points on the video game Defender. It was the highest score ever recorded for the game in a single session lasting 62 1/2 hours. What is less known is that he also makes really interesting furniture. This “AC/DC” shifter device plays six songs of the band AC/DC simultaneously and allows for the tracks to be mixed in real time by using six tractor gear shifts.

The Curious Furniture of Ned Troid – Link, [via]