Kelly Dobson is the mastermind behind the ingenious ScreamBody, a portable space for screaming. When a user needs to scream but is in a situations where it is just not permitted, ScreamBody silences the user’s screams so they may feel free to vocalize without fear of environmental retaliation, and at the same time records the scream for later release where, when, and how the user chooses.

Can’t wait for Kelly Dobson’s CreativeMornings talk this Friday, at the Rhode Island School of Design PopUp Chapter. Sign up, if you live close by! See you there!

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  1. I learned as a child to dunk my head in a sink full of cold water if I felt like screaming. You can scream as loud as you want and no one can hear you. It has the added benefit of “cooling” you down as well. Still works for me every once in a while.

  2. Cool to see old MIT Media Lab theses getting a new life. :)

  3. What a nice idea. Just imagine letting screams out in a crowded bus…
    I’d really like to try it.

  4. I want one so so badly!

  5. I’m a singer in a heavy metal band and it’s very hard to find a suitable place to practice my vocals, this could be ideal.