Meet Babypod, the intravaginal speaker for baby stimulation
Image courtesy of the artist
Gone are the times you place headphones or speakers on the mother's womb.
So, if you consider it a good idea to play Slayer, Beyonce or Fleet Foxes as soon as possible to your unborn in a better quality than via the outside-of-womb-speaker-way, meet Babypod.
On the website it says "The uterus is a place protected from the exterior, and it is the mother’s body that carries out this protecting role through multiple layers of soft tissue. These attenuate the intensity of sound and distort it in its journey to the uterus; it’s similar to what happens when you hear a conversation in the next-door room without catching everything that is said."
Question: Maybe it actually makes sense to protect the baby from exterior like LOUD NOISES? We don't know, but if you're willing to place the Babypod in your you-know-where, find out how it works
via the video below.