I've been reliably and repeatedly informed that it is considered socially inappropriate to scream out in rage and frustration while in public settings. For the moment, let us put aside the debate on that subject and assume that it is indeed so. How can a person trapped in this world release toxic emotions without having unpleasant encounters with law enforcement officers? Kelly Dobson of MIT has provided an answer: the ScreamBody.
The ScreamBody is a polyurethane chamber that you wear around your body. When you scream into it, it absorbs the sound of your despair so that other people do not discover the emptiness and hopelessness of your life.
But there's more. The ScreamBody also records your screams. Squeeze the device in private and it plays back your wailing so that you can experience your own agony again.
Link -via Swiss Miss