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A backrest that transmits low audio frequencies in the form of body vibrations

Get a massage by low frequencies to feel the music as in a live concert without disturbing those around.

A backrest that transmits low audio frequencies in the form of body vibrations

This technology – built into the Senseat One backrest – transmits low audio frequencies in the form of body vibrations.

Resting on pockets filled with a fluid with somewhat specific physical properties, the user “feels” the music with precision and in all its depth. The shell of the Senseat One armchair is made from a composite material based on flax fiber from Terre de Lin for an armchair entirely made in France, easy to maintain and designed to last.

Target: employee well-being (start-ups, SMEs, mid-caps, large companies), traveler experience (hotels, airports, stations) and innovation in the distribution of audio content (fairs, conventions, concerts, festivals, exhibitions, media libraries).

Key benefits

  • Controlled environmental footprint
  • Use of a local resource and high-performance raw material with a flax reinforced composite.
  • Compromise between mechanical properties and optimized costs
  • Locally made in France
  • Well-being

Companies: MAANS

Countries: France

Industries: Other Composite End-use areas, Sports, Leisure & Recreation

Terms: Applications, Innovations, News Worldwide

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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