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Can you amaze your friends by whistling a perfect imitation
of the mating call of an African Swift? Or by producing a
flawless rendition of the sound of a pebble being dropped
down a well? Or a harmonica being played in an echo
chamber? Well, can you?
You can now!! Unlimitless sound effects
can emerge from
your mouth, to the amazement and impressitude of those
around you. It's all thanks to MaxCo's latest range of Foley
Available as full denture sets, bridges, or crowns, each Foley
Denture contains a inductively-rechargeable battery, a
miniature speaker, and some clever circuitry. Simply upload*
up to 23 different sound-effect files to your Foley Denture,
and remember to carry the remote control in your pocket.
At the appropriate moment, discretely press one of the
numbered buttons on your remote and - gadulka! - the
corresponding sound effect will emerge in all its digital
perfection from your mouth.
(*Using Bluetooth, obviously)
[xenzag, Jan 22 2015]
||The "clever circuitry" just needs to be a radio receiver
(Bluetooth, you specified). The remote control can also be
the thing into which you download the sound files (more
convenient, too). A radio signal (from the remote) to play
a sound (by the speaker in the Foley Denture) could just as
easily be a radio signal containing a sound.
||True, but then again the development department of
MaxCo. has never gone in for reckless simplicity.
||If you broadcast the sound as AM radio, the dentures could be made of quartz and your tongue could operate as a cat's whisker.
||Max - read annotations on link..... Re my Stomach Radio....
Teeth good idea too though Molar Bird Mouth instead of
||I really don't want to speculate on that one.