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It consisted of an audio cassette and eyeglasses that emitted sounds
and flashing lights. It caused epileptic seizures in some users. As a
result of a court order requested by FDA, 78 cartons of the devices,
valued at $200,000, were seized by U.S. marshals and destroyed in
June 1993.

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