Cameron, a student at Cornell University, built an analog amp/feedback system, and then wired his muscles up to the thing via electrodes. It's kind of like a Theramin, but more weird. A doctor in the comments suggests fitting different voltages to each of the 12 muscles in the arm to vary the sound. I suggest shaving your whole body, covering yourself with electrodes, pantsing the analog amp and then going for a run. Cacophony rules. [Music Thing]
@Ghede: Ok I got tired of waiting for you to define troll, so I looked it up myself, counrtesy wiki...
"An Internet troll, or simply troll in Internet slang, is someone who posts controversial and usually irrelevant or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum or chat room, with the intention of baiting other users into an emotional response or to generally disrupt normal on-topic discussion."
In as far as I can tell, my post was entirely on topic, and covered entirely within the posted video, even down to the hygiene part, if indeed you watched the video, while your post was entirely off topic. I personally have no problem with off topic posts, though yours clearly was, so if anyone is a "troll" I would say, by definition, its you and not me.
What I think is really going on here, is a phenom that I have noticed since I got that damn star (which I did not ask for and didnt even know existed till I got one), and thats STAR ENVY. As far as I can tell its a lot like penis envy, only I do not have a penis (unless you count plastic). While you may (or may not) have a penis, you evidently have no balls. I feel sorrow for you loss, but, the next time you start slinging names around at people, maybe you better look in the mirror.