A Japanese inventor has revealed his latest creation – an LED inserted in your nose that lights up when you breathe.
The strange device casts a ghostly blue light through your nostril every time it senses a draft.
It is the brainchild of Noda Akira, who says he simply attached a temperature monitor to an electrical circuit, and make the whole package small enough to put in his nose.
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