The antenna has an Internet connection, too, that ties him to five different people around the world. They each have the ability to send him audio images, sounds or videos.
Like all Wi-Fi routers, Harbisson appendage risked being hacked and one time someone broke in and sent him an illicit message.
"I liked being hacked," he told the audience to their great enthusiasm. They laughed and clapped.
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His most recent collaboration with pastry chef Jordi Roca is the Dish Player, which will allow people to hear the sound of food on a plate.
Harbisson's art is not limited to Earth, either. His antenna has been linked to a satellite since 2014 and he receives a live stream from the International Space Station.
"Space is very noisy and overwhelming," he told the audience. It's filled with ultraviolet light, which is very high-pitched. But over time he hopes to train his brain to hear it and by 2017, he wants to have a permanent connection to space.
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