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iPod Dock Serves As Go-Go Dancer Cage Too

When an iPod or iPod Touch is feeling low and needs a little spunk, an iPod dock is always there to give it a boost of energy. But what's consumer to do while it recharges? This might be a good time to throw on a pair of go-go boots and dance on the dock itself. Sounds insane? You bet it does, but with the right dancer, you might have a good show while waiting on your favorite device.

Designed by London-based Motitz Waldemeyer, the Disco Table serves as a recharge station and a laser-based go-go cage in one package. The lasers are mounted on the top (or stage), and a smoke machine lights up the beams, giving the appearance of a cage. There's probably enough room for one dancer to sport her/his stuff-- there doesn't seem to any additional space for added components like poles or donkeys.

The design stemmed from a challenge made by Wallpaper Magazine. The site wanted him to create something with the theme of "home disco" for the December 2009 issue. "By day a simple sleek white Corian coffee table but by night a virtual laser dance-cage complete with iPhone/iPod dock, hi-fidelity speakers and haze machine (as featured on the 'We Heart' website)," Waldemeyer said. "Available on demand for the discerning homebody."

Sorry, hot dancers aren't included.

  • acecombat
    Exactly what every iPod user needs...Right along side a new iPad for no apparent reason.
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  • loomis86
    I do not get this. what the hell is this about anyway? Dancing on an ipod dock? what? I've got to be missing something.
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  • JohnnyLucky
    GO GO? 1960's! I bet Grandpa would like it.
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  • helevole
    lol, one more step down this road and voila! the iBrator is born :D
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  • TwoDigital
    No space for a 'donkey'? What the h@#$@#? Wrong show.
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  • rantoc
    Its the "iSmoke too much shit" people trying to get more money from the "iDont Know what its good for" people....

    - Kudos iToms hardware for another useless article.
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  • "The site wanted him to create something with the theme of "home disco" for the December 2009 issue."

    enough said
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