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April 24, 2009

Sonic Suppression Chewing Gum


Created by James Ferguson.

"If the sound of other people's MP3 players sets your teeth on edge, here's an idea to chew over: a dentally-activated malleable, ambient, high-frequency baffler, in the form of a flavoured gum. SShh utilises Selective Sonic Suppression where sounds below 40dB and above 8kHz are silenced by mild pressure generated by the jaw's chewing action and transferred via the maxilla to the eardrum."

[via page 53 of today's Financial Times "How To Spend It" magazine]

April 24, 2009 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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