Designers at the Royal College of Art have created a floating black sphere that, in addition to stalking people, records and replays sounds it picks up after a short delay.
For the recording and playback, it was equipped with a battery-powered Arduino — an Adafruit Wave Shield the designers hacked to record and playback audio on-the-fly, along with a small speaker. These were inserted into a latex balloon after it was shaped into a cone, which enhanced the sound coming from the speaker while protecting the balloon from the wires and PCB edges.
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