Music can be heard, can be felt but it can hardly be seen. You might say, an equalizer can help people “see” music. Yes, it does. However,the glow headphone can do something much cooler, which contain special cables that light up and pulsate with your audio.
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To make it working, Glow makes use of an innovative material called Fibrance which is a fiber optic cable. However, instead of conducting light through it, dissipates it evenly across the length of the cable, allowing it to illuminate brightly and evenly by scattering a laser light. Controlled by an app, the light can be made to remain static, or pulsate in sync with the music. The app also controls the intensity of the laser light (which shines well even in broad daylight). Super cool right? For anyone who is interested but concerned about the charging like me, here is the information you might want to know – Glow has its own battery that can be charged via a standard Micro-USB. On a full charge, Glow shines for approx. 8 hours at the low-brightness setting and approx. 2 hours in Constant On & full brightness mode. [buy on amazon]