VIDEO: Chuck E Cheese robots hacked to play hip hop
I'm dreading the day my daughter wants to go to Chuck E Cheese. All my childhood memories of that place (of which there are few -- my parents didn't like it either), involve being grossed out (by the food), or creeped out (by those freaky robots).
Fortunately some people are finally putting those weird, animatronic animals to good use. It's part of a movement taking place in which tech-savvy showbiz types are buying the old robots and "hacking" them for use in their homes, garages, or wherever. In the above video, the robots perform a hip hop song, during which they joyously declare that there's "booty everywhere!"
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