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re: Danger Will Robinson! (Walk towards the light)
Rcurl   1/19/2013 1:55:02 AM
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In my opinion, no self-respecting nefarious device would be complete without some sound effects. Perhaps when you activate the first switch you hear a motor slowly come up to speed as the light is "breathing". When the second switch is activated, a second motor comes up to speed. Upon activation of the third switch, use a sound like the "steampunk giant robot" from the Mega Stomp Panic: http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/ef56/ along with activation of a jumbo-sized version of the vibrator motor that is in your cell phone so the suitcase would twitch a bit. I can't wait to see this come together! -Rick

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