Portable Tactile Device in Personal Audio
A silent and wearable device that makes you feel the sound anywhere, just attach it to your clothes and plug in the headphone, it’ll enhance the energy of the audio via its built-in tactile sensor and transmit the pressure to your body! Too good to be true, isn’t it?
Woojer is a Silent Wearable "Woofer" the Size of a Matchbox that Enables You to Actually FEEL the Sound.
Today, more and more entertainment content such as video games are consumed via mobile devices. The problem is that when listening with earphones, you don’t get that rich feeling and emotional response. You don’t FEEL the sounds.
Many listeners inadvertently raise the volume to crazy high levels in an effort to get that emotional auditory “kick” we all want when playing games or listening to music. Woojer delivers the vibes exactly to where we like them – to the body.
The vibes are so pronounced that with Woojer, users often reduce the headset volume because they are receiving the tactile sensation, so you're also protecting your hearing.
Mor, Woojer's inventor, is a rock concert audio engineer who understands the intertwined relationship between sound, emotion and immersion. With tremendous effort and the support of an experienced product team, Woojer developed a wearable audio enhancement device that enables users to feel sound, rather than just hear it. When attached to clothing, this matchbook-sized haptic device augments reality by translating sonic and subsonic low frequency sound into silent tactile sensation.
Together with your favorite headset, Woojer has the capacity to completely immerse users in sound when coupled with other mobile technologies, such as gaming consoles, smartphones and audio devices.