Believe it or not, there is such a thing as the Boston Stupid Hackathon. This is where people can make things that have no value whatsoever, such as a Zippable Banana. Also, during this event, a Spidget Finner was introduced, pretty dyslexic.
After some brainstorming, Ben Parnas, an electrical engineer from Formlabs, and Greg Daneault, an associate software engineer at Carbon Black, created the Spidget Finner, a spinner controlled by your smartphone. "I would say it’s a satirical piece on the current ideology that anything can be improved by connecting it to 'the cloud,’” said Parnas. Best of all, these two will be more than happy to share the code and parts with anyone who wants the device.
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