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Theremin Fork Whines When You Try To Eat The Food Impaled On It

By Gerard @presurfer
Theremin Fork Whines When You Try To Eat The Food Impaled On It
The EaTheremin is a fork with an embedded theremin that begins making unique and oddly unpleasant screeching noises once it touches a person, completing a circuit. But the pitch of the theremin changes based on the feedback from the fork's tines: The more resistance it encounters, as when you're gnawing on something particularly tough or chewy, the lower the tone.
Flexible items like chicken skin can generate vibrato effects as they stretch, so theoretically you could put together a dish that produces a melody, based on the textures you choose. The video on the site is worth watching if only for the uncomfortably close shots of the spokesperson gnawing sausages and fried chicken.The Presurfer

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