At DEF CON 24, we caught up with speaker Evan Booth to discuss his latest hardware hacking project where he “repurposed” a single Keurig coffee maker and turned it into a fully functional robotic hand called “Hedberg”.

Because: why not?

Booth also gives our host, Alicia Webb some insight into his build and discusses some other ways he’d like to try to repurpose a Keurig.

Stay tuned for lots more coverage from DEF CON 24 in Las Vegas.

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