Dyson’s Latest Appliance Looks Like A Futuristic Reverse Bear Trap From SAW & You’ll Never Guess What It Does.

It lets you breathe air filtered through your ears!

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A couple of days ago, Dyson, the experts at making really premium appliances that suck or blow, teased that they were going to announce a new wearable appliance.

We speculated that it would be a personal electronic respirator, and boy we were wrong. 

READ MORE: Dyson Teases A New Pollution Solution

What was announced is the Dyson Zone: air-purifying headphones with active noise cancellation. 

Maybe you had the same thoughts as we did when we first saw what the product was: “Humans don’t breathe through their ears!”

But, as the folks at Dyson explains it, the Dyson Zone may be outlandish, but it is a smart design. 

First of all, it is not a mask. The visor does not touch the the nose and mouth. It just hovers there.

The Dyson Zone is meant to filter pollutants, not viruses. 

The filtering medium is housed in the headphones and so is the motor that would constantly blow the filtered air into the visor supplying the user with a constant flow of clean air. 

It use turbulence and air flow to prevent polluted outside air from coming into the visor.

In contrast, a wearable air purifier would house everything in the mask making it look bulky and limiting the size of the filter. 

At the same time, the headphones are Dyson’s first foray into premium audio technology. It even has noise cancelling. The videos on the product website also suggest that the headphones can work independently of the visor and that it has touch controls. 

However, we do not know if it has a transparency mode or how the whole setup affects the speech of its wearer. The video does say that the Dyson Zone is for people to wear outside. 

We also do not know how heavy the whole contraption is, how loud the fans are, and if it is even weatherproof. 

All in all, it is a futuristic concept, but its practicality is still yet to be proven.

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