posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 09:11 PM
The only thing revolutionary about this at this time is the microphone, which is great for picking up the voice of the person wearing it. It still
requires a transceiver that must be worn elsewhere on the body and apparently it is no good for picking up the voices of others in the area.
Additionally, the person still has to talk, which would be heard by anyone nearby and people who appear to be talking to no one in particular usually
attract attention to themselves.
I could see this being put to good use for radio operators in combat where noise is an issue. I think that most people would prefer not to have a
foreign object in the mouth to be operated by a tongue switch. I don't see this invention having much of an impact on the industry.