Those who visit Brühl's Terrace in Germany are set to get more than just pretty view.  Markus Kison's touched echo brings life to the 1945 Dresden air raids. Visitors to the area can hear the airplanes, explosions and air raid sirens of the 13th of February raids though four small, disguised sound conductors.  Using a swinging balustrade, the railing conductors transfer sound though bone conduction, directly from the arm bone through to the inner ear.  Kison on the touched echo:

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