I wrote about Bone Conduction Wireless Glasses on Tuesday. In sum, they are glasses that create sound using mechanical vibrations. Bluez 2S Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones are another example of bone conduction technology.
AfterShokz website provides a brief history of how bone conduction was discovered:
The ‘phenomenon’ of bone conduction is generally credited as being discovered in the 1500s (though some say it can be traced back to around 2AD). A physician, mathematician, philosopher, and all-around brilliant fella by the name of Girolamo Cardano noticed that it was possible to hear through a rod or spear when placed between the teeth…
Bluez 2S Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones are ideal for individuals with hearing loss or visual impairments. While the headphones are not a substitute for hearing aids, individuals with hearing loss can pair them to their phones and use an amplifier app. Amplifier apps “use the mic on the phone to pick up surrounding sound, which is then transmitted through the headphones.”
The headphones are also beneficial for individuals with visual impairments. They are useful for said individuals as they allow users to listen to navigation instructions while still being able to hear their surroundings.
Features of Bluez 2S Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones:
- Open ear design ensures users remain connected and aware throughout the day
- PremiumPitch+ Stereo Sound: wide dynamic range, from fine treble to deep bass
- LeakSlayer technology reduces sound leakage
- IP55 rated to repel moisture
- Dual noise-canceling mics eliminates surrounding noise
Click here to learn more!