The first iPod visually defined itself by its stark, pure whiteness. Wouldn’t you want your teeth to do the same? Dr. Bocelli, a mysterious figure associated with “The Institute for the Advancement of Musical Science” solved that problem in 2007 with the Bocelli Musical Whitening System.
The System, no longer for sale, shipped with a mouthpiece in which you’d place chemical whitening strips. After sticking it into your mouth, you’d plug the mouthpiece’s cord into your favorite iPod. The mouthpiece would then vibrate in sync with music played on the iPod, giving you that tingly fresh feeling you expect from a musical whitening experience.
(Photos: Institute for the Advancement of Musical Science)