Fork Theremin Expresses Your Eating As Musical Sounds

Created in Japan, an eerie musical instrument that creates synesthesia — the blurring of the line between senses. Different categories such as fried foods, dairy, and vegetables produce different sorts of sounds:

EaTheremine (Eat + Theremin) is a fork-type instrumen that enables users to play various sounds by eating foods. These sounds are changed, according to resistance values of foods attached on the fork.

5 Comments on "Fork Theremin Expresses Your Eating As Musical Sounds"

  1. yeah, um, this is kinda retarded. 

    • Liam_McGonagle | Mar 20, 2012 at 12:36 pm |

      Let’s be honest, though:  The video’s “still” was the thing that made this whole article.

      In fact, I couldn’t bring myself to play the actual video.

  2. Hadrian999 | Mar 20, 2012 at 12:56 pm |

    yet again not very interesting is salvaged with the inclusion of an asian woman

  3. Sorry, japan, you just don’t get it. Also please don’t use the word synesthesia… this has nothing to do with it. Its useless conditioning at best.

  4. That sounds really annoying.

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