Today the Dash wireless in-ear headphones Kickstarter crowd funding campaign came to an end, after raising $3,390,000 from backers to help it make the jump from concept into production.
The Dash is the world’s first wireless in-ear headphones that are capable of holding 1000 songs, tracking your activity using body sensors and also providing a secure fit for users, whatever your ear shape may be. Check out the video after the jump to learn more about this innovative new wireless headset.
If you didn’t manage to make a pledge during the Kickstarter campaign, don’t be disappointed as you can still order The Dash headset directly from the developers website, which is expected to go online within the next couple of hours. The creators of the innovative Dash headset explain a little more about their device.
“Electronics should be discrete enablers of delightful and magical experiences. Our aim is for you to achieve a better understanding of your skills, abilities and health while doing the things you love. We think that with your support in this campaign, The Dash could become a truly remarkable addition to our lives.
The Dash consists of a pair of discrete and completely wireless stereo earphones.They will playback music through a Bluetooth connection or use the embedded 4GB/1000 song music player. Everything about the design is focused on delivering freedom of movement, incredible sound and comfort. The Dash is awesome for sports and great for everything else.
The Dash works in sympathy with the wearer. Movements like pace, steps, cadence and distance are tracked. Heart rate, oxygen saturation and energy spent are measured, all the while real time acoustic feedback is provided. It even works without an attached smartphone.”
For more information on the new The Dash wireless headset jump over to the Bragi website for details and to order.
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