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May 8 2013
If you’ve ever longed to have superhuman sight and hearing, a group of students from the Royal College of Art in London can fulfill those wishes.
With their project Eidos, Tim Bouckley, Millie Clive-Smith, Mi Eun Kim and Yuta Sugawara have created two masks that enhance sensory perception. One prototype is a mask that fits over the mouth and ears and lets wearers hear sound more selectively. A directional microphone in the mask isolates sounds and neutralizes background noise. Sound is then transmitted to the wearer through headphones and mouthpiece that passes sound to the inner ear by way of bone vibrations. Creators say this creates the sensation of hearing someone talk inside one’s head.
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