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Varvoice plankton memorize the sound of human speech and repeat it over and over.

They accomplish this amazing feat by oscillating the long flagellum that extends from their heads. By resonating the vibration with their water-droplet-shaped body, the plankton produce sounds that closely resemble the human voice. The body can expand and contract at will. By changing shape, they can easily manipulate the sound of the voice. Words that the Varvoice memorize and play back in reverse have a particularly strange ring to them. Researchers refer to this phenomenon as Varvoice inversion.

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Posted by Desiree Turner

Repeat ad nauseum.

Electroplankton is a group of unique sound-manipulation applications all bundled together as one DS title. Designed by exhibition artist Toshio Iwai, it is a collective work of art disguised as a game. The title itself has gone on to become a cult hit...

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theblackdragon said:

@NintendoCat14: There's no difference other than that they're split up into individual releases for purchase via DSiWare instead of being all on one cartridge together. (by the way, I don't recommend Varvoice at all )

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