Googly Eye Cru puts googly eyes onto street structures around NYC in such a way as to give them anthropomorphic personalities.
Two googly-eyed electric toothbrushes and three credit card machines from Device Orchestra performed the Haddaway dance hit "What Is Love".
Archie McPhee is selling a portable tin of Emergency Googly Eyes that stick onto inanimate objects for quick personification.
Googly-Eyed Electric Toothbrushes Play a Vibrating Cover of Daft Punk’s ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’
Three googly-eye electric toothbrushes performed a vibrating cover of the catchy Daft Punk song "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger".
Eight googly-eyed recycled devices from Device Orchestra performed a surprisingly melodic cover of the Queen song "Don't Stop Me Now".
Mark Rober built a self-playing transparent piano that speaks English and can play "Rush E", an extremely difficult piano song.
Seven googly-eyed electronic devices from The Device Orchestra performed a voltaic cover of "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes.
The aging appliances of The Device Orchestra performed a jaunty Halloween cover of "Ghostbusters" theme that made their googly-eyes shake.
Googly-Eyed Devices Play an Electronic Cover of The Eurythmics Song ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)’
The Device Orchestra, a variety of aging appliances with googly eyes, performed an electronic cover of 'Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)".
The Finnish engineer behind the Device Orchestra (previously) quite brilliantly programmed a toaster, a typewriter, and two electric toothbrushes to perform the iconic Star Wars…