The prototype pucker machine looks like a large version of a kid's juice box, with a straw-like apparatus sticking out of the side.
If you take one device in your mouth and turn it with your tongue, the other device turns in the same way.
The tongue-twisting effect is achieved by motor rotations controlled by the user via computer.
For now though, it may just be best to stick to the more simple "x"'s and "o"'s at the end of an email.NEWS BY LOCATION | ABC30 BLOGS | DISCUSSION FORUMS
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