0

On Kickstarter: BATBAND, ear free headphones via Bone Conduction!

Studio-Banana-Things_Batband_00

What is BatBand?

BATBAND™ is an elegant piece of sound technology allowing you to listen to your private soundscape as well as the world that surrounds you. Human-centered design meets technology delivering a high fidelity acoustic experience via an innovative bone conduction system.

How does BatBand work?

BATBAND™ works via bone conduction, consisting of transducers that emit sound waves perceived by your “private” inner ear, thus freeing your “social” outer ear. Sound waves are transmitted at a frequency that can be conducted through the bones of the skull. Your ears remain free, therefore you get to hear twice as much, without compromising on comfort, quality or style.

3 transducers emitting sound waves are incorporated in the product: two touching the sides of your head (temporal bone) and one at the back of your head (occipital bone). Furthermore, its discreet use means that any vocal content you receive is nearly inaudible to outsiders.

 

Studio-Banana-Things_Batband_03

 

To find our more, visit their Kickstarter page!

(Via Kickstarter)

Related Posts

  •   Kokoon is the first headphone comfortable enough to be slept in and smart enough to know how and when to adjust your music as you fall asleep and wake. Audio is one of the best ways to help us relax and switch off naturally. Sleep clinics prescribe thousands of…
  • Oh boy... 2014 is already gone!!! January is already gone!! but still we can enjoy part of last year. In terms of technology has been an amazing year: The internet of things is becoming a reality (or was it Skynet?) everyone talks about (and want to be a part of)…
  • uArm: Put a Miniature Industrial Robot Arm on Your Desk uArm is an Arduino-powered desktop 4-axis parallel-mechanism robot arm, modeled after the ABB industrial PalletPack robot. It is made up of laser cut acrylic or wood parts, powered by standard RC hobby servos, and controlled by an Arduino-compatible board. In…