Feel the beat inside your body, “literally” with audiopill. via youredm.com
It’s exactly what it sounds like. Born from the mind of Czech concept artist Jan Poope, Audiopill is a tiny sound system that you swallow. The idea stems from medical devices that utilize low-frequency ultrasound to assist the healing process, however, Poope’s experiment doesn’t have the approval of the Italian Ministry of Health. Here’s what the artist has to say about Audiopill:
“[Audiopill will] make you feel like you are standing in the middle of a concert hall with a powerful audio system inside your body. Or like you are standing in a factory workshop full of metal working machines and ramming an impact drill in your stomach. The only difference is there’s absolute silence all around you and you are experiencing the music in perfect privacy and only from the inside.”
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