OSSIC X are headphones that promise to provide us with 3D audio, adjusting their functions to our anatomy and location.
The trasOSSIC X team has taken into account that the anatomy of the head, the shape of our ears and our position, influence the way we perceive sounds, according to our HRTF (head-related transfer function).
That is why, they have created a system that allows as soon as we put on the headphones, the calibration process begins by taking the data from our HRTF. Combining different advanced algorithms, tracking head technology and a series of parameters that are explained in detail in Kickstarter, they provide a perfect sound experience.
This project has achieved incredible success on the Kickstarter, since within a few hours of the campaign being presented they managed to reach their goal ($ 890,150) .And although it takes 50 days for the campaign to end, they have already raised $ 890,150. In addition to this, they are backed by THX Ltd, to guarantee and certify the quality of the audio.
This model of headphones came to light after many studies, tests and generations of prototypes that the team has been working on since 2014. The OSSIC X will not be economical, but those who want to take advantage of the discounts that come with the rewards in Kickstarter, have time to April 21.