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ludite audiophile singularity

sterophonic listening station/ vr club/ political party
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turn on audio recorder and wave your cell phones in the air in pretty shapes coordinating your body tension with the path the cell phone takes through the air, and do a dance and let the good feeling in your body guide the cell phone. The recording will be enhanceable by software so that listeners can experience what the dancer was feeling, just through sound. and then have a listening station where people could be experiencing eachothers feelings and rating them like hot or not. We should do this before elon musk makes nanobots to invade your brain. Otherwise he is will be the only way to feel what other people feel and the Nanobot party will win all ekections. This would lead to an audiophile singularity - of people feeling each others feelings exactly by listening to their sound. It would be a run away good feeling vortex. You would have to come up with analog ways of making the recording to make it scalable.
JesusHChrist, Jul 27 2017


       Do nanobots have a natural frequency?
RayfordSteele, Jul 28 2017

       sp. Luddite ?   

       ... or ludic, possibly?
pertinax, Jul 29 2017

       Ludite: An aficionado of the game of Ludo (q.v.).
8th of 7, Jul 29 2017

       Wouldn't work for me: I don't get emotions from music.
notexactly, Aug 15 2017


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