A new device has been invented that can beam music into your head without the need for headphones.
As reported Assistant Printing Press, Novoto Systems has invented a device called a ‘soundbeamer’ that is known to work by creating a “sound bubble” for users, including music from any album, movie or video game.
The device filters out the natural sound around the user which means listeners experience the surrounding sound without the need for headphones.
To make the technology work, the device uses a 3D “sensing module” in both to detect and locate the user’s ear. It then transmits audio to the ear via ultrasonic waves which create a “sound pocket” next to the person’s ear. No one around can hear the music – only the user
You can watch a video demonstrating the technology below:
Product Manager Ayana told Walwater Assistant Printing Press: “You don’t believe it because it sounds like a speaker but no one else can hear it. It’s supporting you and you’re in the middle of everything. It’s happening around you.
He added: “Needless to say the device where you are. It is not flowing in the right place. It follows you wherever you go. This is what we dream: a world where we get the word we want.
You don’t have to bother others and others won’t bother hearing your words. However you can still contact them.
Product makers anticipate that by December 2021 SoundBima 1.0 will be ready for customer release.
Back in July, Elon Music said that while headphones may be a thing of the past in the near future, a brain chip is able to stream music directly to our brains.
Musk Media is working on a technology called ‘Neurallink’, which is the ability to carry sound waves to the brain through tiny wires that are placed in the brain – thinner than human hair.
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