A couple of years ago, the inventor of the “Electrophoresist” app, a $2,500 gadget that uses an electrostatic force to convert audio into images, showed up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The company, which has been making electrostatic sound devices for years, now has a product in the works.
The Electrophoreser app uses an electromagnetic force to make sound waves.
You plug in a USB hub to power it, and it sends audio data from a smartphone, iPad, or other smartphone into the device.
The data is sent back to a microphone, and the device responds to that signal.
The app works with headphones, as well as a microphone that can generate a sound by measuring the difference between a sound waves pressure and the sound waves wavelength.
It’s a pretty basic solution for a product that can produce audio that’s easy to hear.
It’s a really good example of the future of the consumer electronics market, as more companies are making and selling products that can interact with electronics, such as the $50 headphones from Amazon.
There are plenty of companies trying to do things with the devices and sound, and these kinds of products are really starting to take off.
And they’re also starting to attract attention from tech giants like Apple.