Saturday, November 7, 2015

Batband Earphone Requires No Ears to Use

Behind the successful creators of Ostrich Pillow, kickstarter Studio Banana Things has designed a new tech outfit that lets you listen to your private soundscape as well as the world that surrounds them without literally using your ears.
Batband Earphone makes you listen to your private soundscape without covering your ears.
Powered by the innovative bone conduction technology where is commonly used to utilize hearing aids, the company noticed great potential the tech can offer to the public with improved sound experience, created the product called Batband.

Batband contains transducers that emit sound waves on a person's "private inner ear" or the temporal and occipital bones. Therefore, it is discreet and any vocal content you receive is inaudible to outsiders. Unlike any traditional headsets, Batband doesn't cover your outer-ears so you'll also be able to hear your surroundings without compromising on comfort.


Under the Bluetooth technology, the tech-outfit can be linked to any of your mobile devices as well as computers that have a Bluetooth capability. The product can offer up to six hours of sound streaming. Rechargeable via USB port this device requires no software update.