Takaratomy Flower Rock 2.0 Light Speakers reminds me of the 80s

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In 1988, Takaratomy presented the first Flower Rock, a lifelike plant that danced to its own music. Now, Takaratomy celebrates the 20th anniversary of Flower Rock’s birth with the new Flower Rock 2.0. It features glowing leaves and petals that flash in different colors with the music beats. Connect music players to the built-in speaker and watch Flower Rock 2.0 dance to the rhythm. The new Flower Rock is a new way to decorate your interior space. Available only from Japan.

Okay, so that is pretty sweet. What a flashback. Takara Tomy, never heard of them, but they have some pretty crazy videos of a million of these things dancing around.

Hit the jump for more info, a video and to buy your very own dancing plant

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