Have you ever wanted to control a frog's limbs over the Internet? No? Well, now you can.
In an effort to explore the wonderful world of galvanic muscle response and frog mutilation, this "art formely known as new media" project was on display in Rotterdam. This unfortunate post-modern frog has had, in place of useful organs, a web-server installed into his body cavitity.
Vistors from the good ole' Internet were able to send him electronic pulses, for 'kicks'. The frog's limbs would then spasm. The creators of this art-project franken-frog tied its origins to the bioelectric experiments of the scientist known as Galvani.
I'm not sure if it was the frog's idea or not, but, he is no longer connected directly to the Internet.
For further information, follow this link...and watch out frogs! Scientists and artists are after you now.