No: "Gooooaaaaaaaal." Yes: "Bleep blop. Doot doot." Okay, we suppose you can still have both, but a solid game of soccer isn't guaranteed with Aleksei R. Stevens' modified ball--you'll be too giggly and distracted from the motion and touch-reactive music and sounds. Stevens, a Brooklyn-based composer, music technologist, and educator, embedded into the SoundBall a motion sensor that knows whether its being hit, thrown, or spun, then sending the info via Bluetooth to a computer that controls sound and music. The video above shows both children and adults having "a ball" (yuk yuk) at Sony Wonder Labs in NYC.