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Client: Seoul National University of Technology (South Korea)
Design: Yoon Sang Kim (South Korea)
The design of this earphone was focused on mobility and sanitation. Its wires can be easily arranged to prevent messy, twisted tangles when trying to listen to music. Bacteria in the ears can increase 700 times an hour while wearing earphones. The Holeder prevents the growth of bacteria since the earphones don’t fit too tightly.