The Flypaper Clock Generates Power by Eating Flies

Posted on February 22, 2011

This video shows a clock that eats flies. The Flypaper Clock designed by James Auger and Jimmy Loizeau gets all the power it needs to run from the flies it digests. The Flypaper Clock traps flies on a sheet of flypaper that revolves around two rollers. The captured flies are deposited into a vat of bacteria, which generates electricity from a chemical reaction to keep the LCD clock going. Take a look:

NPR has an article on more meat eating furniture, including a table that consumes mice.
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