I don’t know what it is but I want one.

March 27, 2011 @ 6:57 pm | Filed under: Links

Scott just baffled me with this curious demonstration, about which he asks: “Does the magic come included or do you have to purchase that separately?”


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  1. huh. mesmerizing.
    I wonder how well it’d clean up cat puke.

  2. Do you have to have a really, really smooth floor?

  3. …and parents and pet-owners world-wide rejoiced

  4. Wow. Just wow.

  5. OK. I checked the website with help from Google Translate. I am none the wiser …

    First! Sol-gel Kuzusazu move work?
    Revolutionary “machine Sukuiage transferring” development! Original shape even without a breeze moves mayonnaise and ketchup

    Suittohando The robot hand was soft work can be handled until now could not handle. Scoop without changing the form of ketchup and mayonnaise and other work, can be moved intact to another location.

    Developed the world’s first robot hand, a wide range of industries and technologies and seeds, is also expanding its application fields.

    Huh????

  6. “Even without a breeze”!!! Oh, Kathryn, this is priceless. Thanks for, er, clearing up the confusion over this amazing product. You have no idea how many times I’ve wished I could move mustard and ketchup without changing their form.

  7. This is great. For, you know, when your cat hacks up a hairball in the shape of Elvis, and you want to sell it on Ebay. How else to move it out of traffic without ruining the shape?!

  8. I..um..er..eeee…

    Want!

  9. You just made my evening. I can just imagine demonstrating it for friends at dinner parties. After a few glasses of wine, of course.

  10. Wow! That’s… um… amazing!