This Mechanical Tumor is a Computer Peripheral


Photo: Mio I-zawa


Japanese artist Mio I-zawa created this mechanical tumor that grows and throbs as your computer operates. The harder your computer works, the larger it grows. From the blog Pink Tentacle:

Equipped with a series of motors and pneumatic actuators, the mechanical tumor pulsates gently when the CPU load is low. When the CPU load is high, the tumor’s air compressor is activated, causing the lump of flesh to inflate. The size of the tumor fluctuates according to the CPU utilization rate, giving the user a very tangible reading of the computer’s stress level.


Video at the link.

Artist's Website

Link via Gizmodo

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Some say one could get tumors from overly exposing oneself to these eil machines.

Now you can say that not you but your evil machine has developed the tumor...
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Some say one could get tumors from overly exposing oneself to these eil machines.

Now you can say that not you but your evil machine has developed the tumor...
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Some say one could get tumors from overly exposing oneself to these eil machines.

Now you can say that not you but your evil machine has developed the tumor...
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