Twitter has become the lifeblood connecting people, groups, and entire societies on the internet. Millions use the service to stay updated on what friends and colleagues are up to, focusing and summarizing everyone’s status into maximum 140 character messages. Some jokers in Japan decided to offer an even more “to-the-point” option with the help of a bit of electronics. Below is a video demonstrating the box that can automatically transmit person’s live heartbeat rate to the curious world hungry for more input. Now everyone can know whether you’re currently dead or alive, and whether you’re experiencing tachycardia due to a bit of stimulus.
Link: Mycom Journal (Japanese)
(hat tip: CrunchGear)