PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --If you've ever tried to have a private conversation in a crowded, public place and found it really uncomfortable, there's a new device that says you can have your privacy.
The device promises no one will hear you - but you might look a little awkward.
It's called Hushme, a sort of high tech muzzle, and it's a personal acoustic device billed as the "world's first voice mask for mobile phones."
You get the Bluetooth earbuds and then close the device around your face while talking into a built-in microphone.
It's the brainchild of a Ukranian engineer and was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas.
The Hushme will cost about $200 dollars when it hits the market.