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Jorg Priniger’s speakingObject is a synth fitted with an accelerometer. It gurgles and mutters the name of God in a thousand procedurally-generated languages.

speakingObject [YouTube via Make]

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12 Responses to Uuurwowrorwrwrirgigi barubububrbooobrrrrrrrr

  1. kmoser says:

    Sounds more like a didgeridoo.

    –K

  2. Thinkerer says:

    Very cool implementation but….God that’s annoying! It sounds like someone strangling a linguist.

  3. Daemon says:

    #10 stole my line.

  4. Anonymous says:

    why are the stars going out, slowly, one by one?

  5. schmod says:

    sounds like a broken Speak N’ Spell

  6. ron up north says:

    I think it was probably Arthur C, Clark
    who wrote a story about the 10,000 names
    of God. A technician had just completed
    installing a massive computer in a Tibetan
    lamasary. The head lama told him the computer
    would randomly type out the names of God
    and when the number eached 10,000 the world
    would end.
    As the technician is riding away from the
    lamasary he notices that the stars are going
    out, one by one.
    ron up north

  7. Scuba SM says:

    Sounds a bit like the turrets/GladOS.

  8. Decay says:

    I have a terrible hangover and that’s actually making me feel ill. Well done, technology!

  9. Enochrewt says:

    “Lingwo dead?”
    “Lingwo IS dead.”

  10. Not a Doktor says:

    BUDDHIST CHANTS!
    BUDDHIST CHANTS!

  11. Dayv says:

    I want this as an app for my iphone.

    I’ll be the most unpopular person at work within a day.

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