This bottle designed by Jun Fujiwara, a student at Tama Art University in Japan, is incredibly deceptive. While its corked cap makes it look like a fancy liquor or water container, the bottle actually records sounds.
Called the Re: Sound Bottle, a built-in device automatically records when the cork is removed. You can record any sound you like - basically, you walk around the house or neighborhood ''catching'' sounds in your bottle.
It's an intriguing design that is still in the conceptual stages but it's definitely mind blowing. Watch the video below to see it in action.
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