Galaxy Air Earpiece designed by Yash Saboo is a smarter way to communicate with your smartphone. Gone are the days when Bluetooth earpieces looked like a piece of hard candy. We have evolved from those designs toward more discreet TWS earbuds. The design pendulum is swinging back as it promises to offer you a new experience in controlling your smartphone without taking it out of your pocket or even touching any device at all.
There are a few ways that allow you to use your smartphone without touching it, at least for some of the most basic functions. You can command Apple Siri or Google Assistant by voice, or you can tap and swipe on your smartwatch for some functionality. Voice control isn’t always feasible in all situations, and not everyone has a smartwatch. A lot of people have Bluetooth earbuds, which let you control music and contacts. The range of controls available is severely limited because you can only map a few taps or even fewer swipes to certain actions.Galaxy Air Earpiece concept makes it possible to use gestures and tap control on the earpiece rather than relying solely on limited taps or swipes.Galaxy Air Earpiece concept makes it possible to use gestures and tap control on the earpiece rather than relying solely on limited taps or swipes.You can use hand gestures made in front of your face or ear to control the smartphone in your pocket or on your table. With the two-finger wave, you can accept or end calls, twitching your index finger you can make an emergency call. Of course, you can still use taps and swipes on the earpiece itself for media playback, freeing hand gestures for other actions like reading notifications or your schedule.For gesture recognition, a bone conduction headset is necessary. Galaxy Air Earpiece is fitted over the ear and allows you to hear your surroundings while wearing it, while ensuring itdoes not go inside your ear. Though the tech has not been able to retain its popularity is a much better option in this context.The earpiece is similar to hearing aids in that it hides electronics. The difference is that the electronics in the earpiece are large and easily visible.A device has been created that allows the wearer to control a phone without wearing Google Glass. It’s an unorthodox design with possible downsides over a long period, but could be useful for quickly accessing information and performing simple tasks.
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