James Talbot based in the UK has designed a new set of headphones called HeadBones, which have been designed using bone conduction headphones technology, using your scull to amplify the sound.
The HeadBones use Bluetooth connectivity to connect to your music player, smartphone tablet and their unique design allows them to sit just in front of your rear on the temporal bone. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about these the HeadBone bone conduction headphones.
The HeadBones, bone conduction headphones use the acoustic properties of the human skull and its natural ability to work in conjunction with the inner ear. By sending the audio vibrations to your inner ear, and maximising the audio experience of sound and music, whilst minimising the likelihood of hearing damage, say its creators. It creator explains:
“Headbones take advantage of Damsons Incisor Diffusion Technology (IDT), which has proved to be a huge success and is found in the popular Damson Twist and Damson Jet wireless speakers already on sale today. Make no bones about it… Headbones are here to shake up the headphone market. This product will change the way you listen to music while you’re on the move. “
The HeadBone bone conduction headphones project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough cash to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think the HeadBone bone conduction headphones are something your audio listening could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge.
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