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.

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  • Jaeone

    yeah, um, this is kinda retarded. 

    • Liam_McGonagle

      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.

  • Hadrian999

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

  • Chaorder Gradient

    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.

  • Guest

    That sounds really annoying.

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