Wednesday, 15 September 2004
Let's Corporation, that primarily works in telecommunications, has
introduced the Ka-on device, which allows music to travel through
flowers, eminating from the petals. The Ka-on (that literally means
flower sound in Japanese) works by using a small circular coil that
sits at the base of a flower vase. Hook the coil up to a television, CD
player or stereo and sound vibrations travel up the water tubes within
the stems, resulting in music seemingly coming from flower petals.