Creepy mechanical hand is always impatient
Mechanical sculptor Nik Ramage created a battery-powered hand whose sole purpose is tapping its fingers.
When you don't have time to be impatient, consider pressing the Fingers Mk II into service to express your displeasure at having to wait around.
The mechanical hand consists of resin fingers attached to steel plates. A motor moves the fingers in a rhythmic pattern familiar to anyone who is either bored or an Addams Family fan.
The tapping oddity runs on two AA batteries and will be limited to an edition of 25. It could lend a strange new meaning to giving someone a hand.
The fingers are cast from the artist's own hand. Nik Ramage describes himself as a mechanical sculptor.
Ramage's creative mind also hatched a contraption that wobbles jelly and a gadget that blows on candles. Apparently, he's not much into multitasking.
Fingers Mk II is an update to an. The new hand will be available in February for about $930.
(Via Luxury Launches)