Inspired by Chloe Alix’s 1.2M-viewed bass riff door sensor YouTube video, NAU undergrad Evan Genuise built his version using our own MP3 shield to hilarious effect (and causing a number of equally hilarious reactions documented by BuzzFeed).
Evan Genuise, 18, is a freshman at Northern Arizona University where he’s pursuing electrical engineering and computer science.
About a month ago, Genuise came across a YouTube tutorial from user Chloe Alix demonstrating how to install a motion sensor that triggers the Seinfeld theme/riff. “As soon as I saw the video I wanted to make one,” he said.
Read more of this story here and here’s the good part showing the device being tested – with reaction:
I build a door sensor for my dorm pic.twitter.com/veNXFobzPC
— evan🐸 (@earth2evn) October 3, 2017
Read more of this story at BuzzFeed.
Also here’s a fun video from Great Big Story about the history of the Seinfeld theme song:
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