Things are getting intense ahead of January’s CES 2020, the hottest event of the year for tech enthusiasts.
Ready for a new audio experience?
The BassMe Subwoofer combines a sound wave and vibration system to create what’s essentially a “personal subwoofer on your chest”.
The device is backwardly compatible to any headset and any audio source and offers plug-and-play and Bluetooth connectivity.
Just put it on yourself and your sternum will double as a soundboard, letting you have a visceral feeling of music, movies or games.
The BassMe Subwoofer has 26W power and 6h of autonomy (for a 3 hour charge) and 9 meters of range.
While the website dubiously tells gamers they will be able to “feel the impact of balls or the vibrations of a car race”, this wearable does sound promising.
Stay tuned for our CES 2020 coverage, we’ll try to find it and test it.
Spoiler alert: our BassMe subwoofer demo will probably feature a Skrillex song and some Mortal Kombat fatalities.
Could this baby be a winner of the CES Innovation Award 2020?