Wireless Earbuds Respond To Touch Commands

Wireless Earbuds Respond To Touch Commands
Consumer Goods

Bragi's The Dash earphones have a new innovative feature that allows users to control the device by tapping their face

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 30 november 2016

Ever wanted to just tap or swipe to change to the next song? Thanks to Munich-based tech company Bragi, you can use your own body as a remote control for your music.

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Slated for release on November 21, Bragi’s The Dash wireless earbuds now have a new feature called “MyTap.” How does it work? The earbuds react to a number of different taps and swipes to enable pause and switch functionalities such as tapping the side of your face to access a digital assistant. Continuing to work on its Kinetic User Interface, soon the company will be able to integrate more gestures in the headphone’s software updates.

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