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POV chucks

inspired by 'Nunchuck Wielding Bookie Communication Protocol'
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Nunchucks with spinning led display allow you to message your opponent before you massage your opponent.

Skyliner http://www.theskyliner.com/
Using POV to make toys that initiate gran mal seizures. [Klaatu, Oct 14 2011]


       Sort of a Skyliner for nunchucks. [+]
Klaatu, Oct 14 2011

       Point-of-view nunchucks, built-in recording cameras in the tips that get the viewer instantly sick.
RayfordSteele, Oct 14 2011

       [+]--------------------yeah, ouch!
xandram, Oct 14 2011

       //Point-of-view nunchucks//   

       Right, I've always had this kind of slightly disturbing question: If, under a cocktail of anaesthetics, you plucked out your eyes from their sockets, with them still attached by the veins, and you swung them round like nipple tassels, would you be able to see the resultant spinning room? Moreover, would you get dizzy?
theleopard, Oct 14 2011

       After consulting knowledgable medical authorities (ie: my parents), I can say that the answer is yes on both counts. Dislocated eyes can sometimes (but not always) still see, and it often makes the sufferers of such injuries quite queasy
Alterother, Oct 14 2011

       Your eyes have a limited refresh rate, as demonstrated by the other POV definition, spinning fan blades, and television sets.
RayfordSteele, Oct 14 2011

       Multi-Bun. I especially like [BigSleep]'s take on insinuating subtitles into movies in this way.
zen_tom, Oct 20 2011

       [theleopard], you know what pleases me most about your anno? Another person who appreciates tassles...
normzone, Oct 23 2011


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