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Jan292009

Zendesk - FM3 Buddha Machine Wall

OK, as we prepare for our baby to arrive, things are getting really intense around my house.
I've been using this to keep a nice chill vibe going in my office and living room.  It's based on a hardware product called the Buddha Machine, but this is a virtual software version of it. Check out the Buddha Machine Wall and have fun :)

Buddha Machine 2.0

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Sooo, I got one, and it's really cute... It's the size of a pack of playing cards, smaller than I envisioned.But, it's kinda lame. Wonderful idea, half-assed execution. They could have found a better audio chip with higher resolution samples and improved it immensely. Some of the music loops are soothing, some are annoying, and some are way too short. For the same price I purchased a Creative Zen Stone MP3 player on Amazon, which holds 2GB of audio, has an internal speaker, and is the size of a car door remote. Cheaper than the iPod Shuffle, it even shows up in iTunes! I loaded it with meditative music and have a special place for it.This will be my new baby's player which I'll stash in toys with some velcro.Fun stuff!
February 21, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterGeorge Whittam

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