The Human Speaker electrical collar #WearableWednesday
The Human Speaker would be a epic house party accessory, especially if you would like to be like Finn from Adventure Time.
The Human Speaker works much the same way, except the collar, rather than voice box, is the source of the vibrations. The pitch of the notes that emerge is determined by the collar, which, Wallenberg writes, can produce up to two notes at a time. Wearers can manipulate the sound with their mouths much as they would normally.
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