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    Gyroscope acts as a speaker to your balance system, not cochela

    I'm having the damndest time with my invention I came up with 2 years ago. A gyroscope microphone had already been thought of so I know a gyroscope speaker would work. does anybody on this forum have the expertise as to setting up a gyroscope speaker? I am lost as to what kind of a sensor a gyroscope uses and was just wondering if anyone has ever dealt with them before. I'm thinking maybe a bell style phone of one gyroscope to another?

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    A gyroscope speaker? Huh? You'll have to explain what you're seeing in your mind a little better. A speaker: a device which emits sound based on electrical input. A gyroscope: a mechanical device that tends to maintain its angular orientation in three-dimensional space based on the rotary motion of a spinning mass. OK, combine the two. I have a speaker that maintains its initial orientation. Why would I want it to?

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