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The Swiss designer Florian Krautli develops human antenna, a carpet that uses his body as an antenna to play music from the radio
The Swiss designer Florian Krautli has created a rug that uses the human body as an antenna to play music from the radio. The human antenna is a carpet made of loops of thread that captures radio waves, when a person walks on it, the body receives the waves and make them audible. The radio can be adjusted at a rate specific to standing or sitting in different parts of the carpet. The human antenna is an example of how technology can transform everyday objects into an interactive tool innovative.