MIMI X BRAGI

Hearables will change the way you hear.

Your ears are nothing short of a wonder. They are one of our most important sensing organs, vibrating with all the sounds around you, enabling you to hear, to sense the world, and to communicate with others. Fluids and tiny hair cells in your ears allow you to understand your body’s position relative to gravity so that you can maintain balance.

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Pairing Mimi sound personalization software with Bragi's hearable tech to deliver a transformative hearing experience.

Since our early days at Bragi, we understood that the ears are essential for human beings and their lives. This is why we created The Dash, the world’s first hearable, a tiny and discreet computer worn in your ears - to enable, protect and entertain you. We believe that the proximity to the brain and the millions of nerve endings make the ears the right place for wearable technology.

As we push forward with our vision, we now want to bring intelligence into hearing technology. This outlook was the birth of Project Ears, a research and development initiative that aims to explore using the Dash in-ear computing platform and Bragi OS for hearing health use cases. 

Project Ears not only makes you hear better, but understands you. Your hearing is as unique as you are, so our product aims to adapt to your earprint. We want to bring you relief from tinnitus and noise when you need it, and enhance your hearing in environments where you face difficulties.

By bringing you along on the development journey, listening to your feedback and working with Mimi Hearing Technologies, experts on human hearing and sound personalization, we will collaborate on a product that for the first time combines both embedded tinnitus relief and personalized hearing enhancement.
 

Our Bragi partnership is a prime example of how hearing enhancement can be integrated into a lifestyle product. We share Bragi’s vision to protect your hearing and we’re very proud of this pioneering project.
— Dr. Henrik Matthies MD of Mimi Hearing Technologies
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