Here Active Listening Systems Allows You to Personalize Noise in Every Day Life
Developed by Doppler Labs, Here Active Listening Systems uses an app to control wireless ear buds, allowing users to alter and personalize real-life sounds through volume sliders, EQ, and effects that act as an in-ear studio.
Although it was mainly built for live music, Doppler Labs claims you can use Here Active Listening Systems for almost anything, including suppressing a baby crying, sporting events, air travel, and even loud trains.
Here Active Listening Systems launched on Kickstarter June 5, and surpassed its original $250,000 30-day goal in less than 48 hours. Just recently, Live Nation, Universal Music Group, and William Morris Endeavor Entertainment announced plans to invest in the product’s development, too.
“Support from these music industry leaders helps position the Here Active Listening System to revolutionize live entertainment – especially for concerts and live music,” said Noah Kraft, CEO and Co-Founder of Doppler Labs. “The technology we have created with Here has the potential to make every seat in the house the best seat in the house by allowing every listener to personalize their live audio environment based on their own specific listening preferences.”
According to their Kickstarter page, Doppler Labs has just completed a new prototype. The case is black with a satin finish, and when opened it reveals a clean white interior. The ear buds lay inside, and while the case is closed a set of contacts charges the buds. An LED on the outside of the case lets you know when ear buds are fully charged.