Nura analyzes reverberation of ear canals to calculate personalized listening experiences

The quest for the perfect pair of headphones often involves looking for factors such as design and sound quality. But one team has created a pair of headphones that actually sound different to each user. Nura are headphones that can “learn and adapt” to the user's hearing. They use both an in-ear and over-ear design to create a tailored experience for each user.

The team's Kickstarter campaign page explains that the headphones work by sensing the unique characteristics of the user's ear:

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