Hacked Magic 8 Ball Tells Customizable Fortunes

Hacked Magic 8 Ball Tells Customizable Fortunes

The Digital Magic 8 Ball can store up to 60 customized image responses.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 1 august 2013

For DIY-er, inventor and maker Jason Poel Smith, the Magic 8 Ball was a fun enough toy, but it can only give 20 possible answers and lacks diversity. So he decided to give it a serious upgrade.

In his Instructables project, Smith provided detailed instructions on how to remove the 20-sided fortune die inside the Magic 8 Ball and replace it with a digital picture keychain to enable the classic toy to give up to 60 image responses or fortunes, if you will.

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