Gamers, beware: The stakes were just raised for messing up in a video game. Two Frenchmen, who go by Dyak and Furrtek, rigged a shock collar to a Sega Genesis. It sends a jolt to users when they make a mistake during gameplay. They call the homemade peripheral, Genezap, which has the catchphrase, "There's no pity for bad gamers."
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You can find their instructions, tools and code to design your own shocking system here -- though we don't advise it.
Check out the video above to learn more about Genezap, and to see it in action.
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[via The Verge]
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