The Shaving Helmet. Two servos running four razors, automatic shaving cream injection, LED progress indicators. It can shave any head in 24 seconds. Why? Because they can. Or maybe it's just a prank and the guy just shaved manually when the camera looked away for the explanation. In any case, it's a silly device. [Thanks Adam Lustig!]
The Shaving Helmet Is As Wacky And Stupid As It Sounds
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