Here Active Listening System

Superhuman hearing (Kickstarter)

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Fritz LanmanMaker@fritzanity · Acecap
Hey Product Hunt! Here is "bionic hearing 1.0" - two wireless earbuds and a mobile app that serves as a "remote control on your ears" - letting you boost the bass / add reverb at a live music show, suppress the crying baby on a plane, or turn down the volume of chatter at the office. We hope to dramatically improve your acoustic reality. There's a good article about us here if you want more info: http://www.wired.com/2015/06/dop... Best, Fritz Co-founder, Doppler Labs
Joelle Alcaidinho@joelle_writes · ACI Researcher, misanthropic gadabout
@fritzanity what's sizing like? I have very small ears and finding the right fit is a constant struggle
John Borthwick@borthwick · betaworks
I used the first passive version of these ear buds and they were good -- great team on this, just ordered on kickstarter. Interested to try the "active" version Fritz
Thibaut Davoult@thibautdavoult · Growth Engineer at Livestorm
This blows my mind. I'm grateful for the people who are backing this project from the US and getting the rest of the world 1 step further to using this technology. The promise sounds brilliant to me and I am very eager to try this out.
michael@pfista · Co-founder at Gest
Do you plan to support tinnitus sufferers? It would interesting if you could cancel out frequencies to avoid over stimulation.
Fritz LanmanMaker@fritzanity · Acecap
Hi Michael - it is not designed specifically for tinnitus - but certainly one could use it to reduce particularly bothersome frequencies and / or to limit / reduce overall volume entering the ears.