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Make your own robot iPhone mask

A do-it-yourself video teaches you how to make a decidedly low-tech robot mask with an iPhone screen for a mouth. And its teeth move when you talk!

Video screenshot by Tim Hornyak/CNET

A new video from cell phone Web site Recombu promises to teach you how to turn you into a very low-tech robot that incorporates an iPhone.

It may not be as cool as this battery-operated sound equalizer T-shirt, but it's bound to get some LOLs as a Halloween costume.

All you need is a cardboard box, a few household items like glue and aluminum foil, lots of tape, and an iPhone with the MouthOff app.

The popular application syncs animated mouths to the user's voice, allowing for endless hours of silliness.

Once assembled, the aluminum foil mask with moving iPhone mouth is gloriously stupid.

As poster Andrew Lin remarks, "World domination is optional."