These Equalizing Headphones Adapt to Users' Hearing Capabilities

By: Mishal Omar - May 17, 2016
References: kickstarter & theverge
These Nura equalizing headphones aim to measure a user's hearing capacity and adapt to it to create a customized listening experience.

Based on science around the human ear which states that it produces sounds of its own called "otoacoustic emissions," these headphones were designed to pick up on specific emissions and can measure the frequencies in sound that the user may or may not be sensitive to. From there, the headphones adapt and customize to the user's hearing capabilities and create a clearer sound with sound isolation features, meaning that the user will not be able to hear outside noise or distractions.

The headphones do not just have smart capacities, but are also sleek and have an appealing contemporary design that matches their modern capabilities.