The KOAR Bone System Sends Sound Vibrations Through One's Cartilage

By: Misel Saban - Jul 30, 2016
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The KOAR Bone headset is a system that creatively utilizes the wearer's cartilage to send sound vibrations through as a natural form of conduction. The innovative headset then directs the sound the wearer hears through the wearable to travel through the bones in the eardrum using vibrations, rendering the ears unblocked so that the consumer can still hear important sounds around them. This is ideal for maintaining spatial awareness when performing an activity or travelling.

The headset wraps around the widest portion of the wearer's head -- as oppose to the top or around the neck -- and offers a comfortable fit. The device is designed to transmit vibrations without the need for wires, thanks to a wireless connection. The device also repels sweat and water thanks to a LiquiPel coating.