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People think That Limitations Our bodies have, but just Imagine if we had Organs That Do not exist, and That Could Control NEW body? Created NEW human Organs That We use a brainwave sensor. Necomimi That tool is the NEW Communication AUGMENTS the human bodies and Abilities.This cat's ear shaped machine Utilizes Brainwaves and Expresses your Emotional State Before You start talking. Just put on Necomimi and if You Are concentrating, this cat's ear shaped machine Will Rise. When You Are relaxed, your NEW ears Lie down. If Are You concentrating and Relaxing at the same time, your ears NEW Will Rise and Actively move. In general, this Demonstrate Ability Professional sports players the most. What Will Happen Their feelings show even WHEN WHEN People They Do not Express Them? Interesting? Ashamed? Scared? In the beginning, people may feel strange, however people quickly become accustomed to controlling their new ears with their brainwaves. Right now, Necomimi can become a part of your body.  

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