The Ear Switch is a Wearable Computer That Sits Behind the Ear

By: Michael Baxter - Mar 6, 2014
References: youtube & psfk
The Ear Switch is giving a new kind of wearable tech experience to users. While the Google Glass and the new wave of wearable bands and watches fill a large spectrum of needs, the Ear Switch will do it in a completely new way.

Google Glass lets people use their eyes to essentially use a computer that they can see. What Ear Switch does is it gives users similar usability but rather than a pair of glasses the device sits behind the ear like a hearing aid.

The device uses subtle head movements that are programmed in to operate making using the device as easy as nodding your head. The Ear Switch comes with a host of apps including a barometer, gyro-sensors and GPS as well as a few others.