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The Leave Me Alone Box (Video)  (View post)

Luca [PersonRank 10]

Thursday, April 24, 2008
15 years ago5,171 views

FUN Tastic!!!

mrbene [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

I don't quite understand this. It's a relatively simple circuit – is it the presentation that makes it interesting? The fact that a there's a physically visible change in the circuit?

Ken Wong [PersonRank 5]

15 years ago #

frankly, this is a bit boring.D:

Joev17 [PersonRank 0]

15 years ago #

WTF? Why was this video posted? What is the point?

drtimofey [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

This reminds me of "That was easy" button. Simple, yet so creative!!

nb [PersonRank 0]

15 years ago #


Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

> I don't quite understand this.

MrBene, try look at it from a conceptual point of view not a technical one and see if it makes you laugh or think :)
Here's the background:

David Hetfield [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

Well, it made me laugh for a while :)

mrbene [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

Took a read through – and still don't get it. Is it a statement on the futility of technology? Maybe my mind is wired differently, but to me this is a very transparent device (no play on the Plexiglas housing intended), and, in being so, doesn't bring anything to the table.

Roger Browne [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

As a piece of art, I like it. All good art makes people think.

Here we have a machine whose only action is a compulsion to switch itself off. The machine has no way to switch itself on – it is totally dependent on a human for that.

And that gives me something to think about.

Frog29 [PersonRank 1]

15 years ago #

I must say I want one of those now.
Now i see why Abstract art is actually art... and judging from the comments why no one gets it.

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