Twitter Helmet to Let User Tweet With Their Heads?

"GMA" and Twitter celebrate April Fools' Day, touting a phony prototype to tweet with a peck of the head.
3:00 | 04/01/14

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Transcript for Twitter Helmet to Let User Tweet With Their Heads?
Big announcement from Twitter this morning a blog post about a soon to be launched device that Twitter moment. Allowing users to tweet with a simple -- of the head. You heard me right -- We have contact -- twitters I was able to get my hands on this early sketch of the contraption. And isn't the -- of -- staff meeting discussing this new gadget and how it will revolutionize eating it was actually leaked online you'll see this now they creep around the corner. And he actually have. A very early prototype. -- -- and possibly an art class and -- you heckling bids and that takes and the virgin have been featured athletes on the picture I mean it's -- -- barely can tell that a eating fast right now it's scary thought yeah. She's just getting there straight through this I -- the characters are getting -- -- it's also an immediate very -- and no we want -- doesn't actually weird that I of course would George mentioned earlier he thought it was beautiful he. Still if you tweet or not it had -- GMA Twitter helmet and let us know what you think. Oh eight you have that look on your -- your -- that's an actor and a Twitter feed to you I can't yet. -- it's kind of like the way than ever by aghast -- the -- is it okay guys and just in state now. Yeah all -- Not because you're here you better -- Twitter help me out anything -- keep the prototype bomb -- -- this don't think.

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