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Future Technology: Richie Hawtin About The Sound, Which Can Be Worn

Future Technology: Richie Hawtin About The Sound, Which Can Be WornTech and gadgets2014-10-01T15:21:02+03:002014-10-01T16:34:05+03:00

Future Technology: Richie Hawtin About The Sound, Which Can Be Worn

By introducing the physical dimension of sound, the SubPac creates a direct connection between the fan and the music in its purest form, allowing a deeper appreciation for the music we all love.

 

Techno star Richie Hawtin believes that listening to music in the future will be using additional devices in addition to headphones or stereo system.

 

In the video from The Creators Project Richie explains why he thinks that the new technology Sub Pac, a sound that can be put on, expand the emotional impact on the audience during performances. With the new device can not only be heard, but also to feel the music, i.e. turn into a whole new listening experience.

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