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Playing the Eye of the Tiger with floppies [Hack]
posted March 25 2013 21:04.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis




My first reaction was... you know... fail... But hey! Watch the video. This guy literally uses the moving mechanical parts of eight floppies to play the Eye of the Tiger. Don't expect to listen to the "instrumental version" of the song though...



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