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Hushme's voice-masking headset could save your sanityEven better, there are ways two ways that your conversations are shielded from the world at large. A pair of thick cushy pads does a decent job muffling your voice, but the Hushme team added a series of sounds that play through some external speakers to obscure things even further.
Hushme muzzle keeps phone calls private and drowns out your voice with Darth Vader sound effectsPrivacy-conscious consumers could soon be able to protect their conversations from strangers using a wearable gadget that clips over their mouth. Hushme, which describes itself as the "world's first voice mask for mobile phones", is a rather extreme solution to an everyday problem.
Want to make a private phone call in public? Say hello to Ukrainian startup HushmeHushme's product - a hi-tech voice mask with a muzzle design - muffles the user's voice by allowing the overlay of masking sounds on to the voice. At a glance: On a phone call at your open-plan office or a public space, and don't want people nearby to overhear the conversation?
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