Audiopill — Music From the Inside

Conceptual artist Jan Strmiska recently sought to raise money to fund the production of his invention, the Audiopill. It's a pill-like device that you swallow that will play sound within your body (but not audible to anyone else). His description definitely makes me want to try this thing. (uhh.. or, maybe not).

When swallowed it starts beating within you innards at a preset BPM. Restless feeling will pump you up to insanity.

Audiopill (pill) will make you feel like you are standing in the middle of a concert hall with a powerful audiosystem inside your body. Or like you are standing in a factory workshop full metal working machines and ramming an impact drill into your stomach. The only diference is there’s an absolute silence all around and you are experiencing the music in perfect privacy and only from the inside.

     Posted By: Alex - Tue Feb 23, 2016
     Category: Inventions

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Posted by crc on 02/23/16 at 09:26 AM
The colander already keeps out the unwanted music so why would I allow them to invade my body?
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 02/23/16 at 11:12 AM
So can this music pill come coated with Viagra so the geezer guys can get help with ED while feeling the music?
Posted by Gator Guy on 02/23/16 at 01:45 PM
Better hope you don't have an episode of constipation.
Posted by KDP on 02/23/16 at 02:51 PM
For "sought to raise money" read "failed to raise money." Out of 150,000 euros, he raised 148, less than 0.1% of his goal.
Posted by ges on 02/23/16 at 09:13 PM
Apparently the "inventor" never heard of the BONEPHONE from the '70s, '80s. Draped around the neck, radio played thru the collarbone and was silent to the rest of the public.
AND, it required no environmental impact study to deal with it after a day or so.
Posted by John on 02/24/16 at 12:18 AM
How long does it run? Will they be hearing music at the sewage treatment plant?
Posted by Jim on 02/24/16 at 02:19 PM
If you take it and drop dead it might make the funeral interesting.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 02/24/16 at 03:19 PM
Stops other people hearing it... but apparently doesn't stop you from doop-dooping along with the "music", causing exactly as much irritation to the other people in the library as your headphones used to.
Posted by Richard Bos on 02/25/16 at 05:55 AM
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