For some reason Sonare Technologies brings you Babble - a privacy system for disguising your voice with pieces of your own voice during sensitive phone calls. The Babble "voice privacy machine" is a ($400) piece of equipment that hooks into your landline phone, and when you feel like f*cking with people want some privacy at work from those within earshot, Babble will broadcast a mesh of your words through a speaker in a random, mangled, creepy, voices-in-your-head-paranoia-inducing way. (video link)
The concept is that, while words spoken from your single voice are easy for people around you to hear, understand and later maliciously use against you, many incongruent and incoherent words said by many of your voices all at once in addition to your true voice and for the duration of your phone conversation are much more difficult for those around you
who don't give a f*ck anyway to figure out.
While it probably is effective at
obnoxious office noise pollution masking the sound of your voice, it is also almost certain to be incredibly strange, annoying, and unnecessary.