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Good thing Lisa and I are equally short; we look maybe normal sized. However, where did my freckles go? I had to take a picture, it was way too big to fit in the scanner.

 

Turning into a rat's nest fast.

Eric mentioned that he thought the black and white squid was "emo." Well this shot certainly would make it look that way, what with all the safety pins.

The bend sensor is shown here, in use.

This tentacle has a potentiometer connected to a knob with a ~270 degree range of motion. It is also, apparently, quite blurry.

These two tentacles are tipped with conductive velcro. Bringing them together closes a circuit.

The bend sensor provides an analog signal based on how far the tip (marked with embroidery) is bent.

Archie's forehead has an RFID reader. We have RFID-enabled bracelets. The rest is history.

This is a slightly better view of the photoresistor tentacle.

We here at AME would like to be clear about one thing: We have no sense of humor. None, whatsoever. No, I have no idea what you're talking about. Nothing to see here. Move along.

This tentacle is pressure-sensitive.

It's a bit hard to see, but there's a photoresistor (an electronic component which responds to changes in ambient light) at the tip of this tentacle.

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