That's Cool, We Need That: Tombstones With 48-Inch Interactive Displays

April 7, 2017


This is a video of the despicably named i-ternal from Bioenergija, a new $3,200 interactive tombstone (although I'm not sure if the actual stone is included) with a 48-inch interactive display capable of entertaining visitors with the deceased's stories, quotes, photos, videos and music. I looked around their website to see how they're powered and all they mention is that the displays can be configured with "off-the-grid capabilities," presumably by leaching power from all the dead bodies in the vicinity. Personally, I'm cool with a regular tombstone, or, even better, having my body fed to lions at the zoo in front of a field-trip of schoolchildren. It's what Mufasa would have wanted. Obviously, as soon as these things catch on I'm buying a ninja costume and opening a used 48-inch television superstore.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Jarod, who just wants a gravestone with some of those creepy eyes that follow you around now matter where you stand.

  • Deksam

    Monroe was 36 when she died making her an immortal icon.
    But what if she had lived to the ripe old age of 90???
    Would anyone remember her name, or would she be known to a few as the Old Lady Norma the cat lady? =P

    Then if she was given the choice, would she want to live to be old nobody has been, or young as an icon?? Hmmmmm....

  • D3Fd0ck

    i see dead people....

  • Jenness

    This is just like that Robin Williams' movie, The Final Cut. They had these displays on all the gravestones.

  • Nico Horst

    is there a lifetime warrenty? oh, wait...

  • Titty McNipplefondler

    You never want to offer an after-lifetime warranty, it's not good business.

  • Bling Nye

    Almost as good as my idea for iRot, a live stream from inside the coffin.

  • GeneralDisorder

    There's a fetish I didn't want to think about.

  • Meh

    Right because graveyards are always so well secured, and even stone tombs are being destroyed by idiots.

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