New York, February 25 (ANI): Japanese experts have created a device that can help determine the true age of a person using high-pitched mosquito-like noises.
The Age Prediction Machine makes use of high-frequency buzzing noises to asses people's years based on how well they can hear it.
The pocket-sized device, costing around 10 dollars, breaks down noise levels by age range: teens, 20s, 30s and 40-plus, the New York Daily News reported.
People less than 25 years of age apparently responded to the quieter settings, while those over 40 would only be able to hear the loudest, the paper said. (ANI)