Installation artists / DIY'ers Rebecca Stern and Rees Shad came up with an intriguing response to a certain January 2007 Aqua Teen Hunger Force-related bomb scare in Boston you may have heard of -- talking lamps that innocently declare, "I am not a bomb". The lights, based on common solar powered garden lamp shells, contain temperature sensors and sound playback circuitry, and trigger automatically depending on air temperature, repeating the aforementioned phrase in one of twelve languages while flickering with varying intensity. No word yet on whether the city of Boston will implement these in high-paranoia areas. To see the whole process, check the video after the break.

[Via MAKE]