That has some unusual coloration. How did you achieve it?
The polymer coating reflects more light in the 600 nanometer scale. As a result it shows a more orange tint than the standard yellow.
I thought standard was more of a black and white.
Yes, but we found that the organics in the black and white were not conducive to the effects we were looking for. The yellow variant proved more suitable.
Well if it works, we can sell it.
There is one problem. When you twist the substrates to separate, it does produce a disturbing audible effect. Let me demonstrate.
He grasped the discs in his fingertips. With a quick motion he rotated the disc, one clockwise, the other counter clockwise. A shriek of amazing volume filled the room.
What the hell is that?
The polymerization combined with the organic substrate to make what is essentially a sentient entity. What you heard was its death cry.
Sentient OREO’s? Oreos that scream?
Only the orange ones.
Well, maybe we can sell them during Halloween.