When most people think about hearing, they only consider sound waves. And it’s true, often, sound travels into your brain as waves in the air. , While interpreting sound, the ear passes vibrations to the cochlea, a snail-shaped structure filled with fluid and tiny hairs. , The cochlea transfers these vibrations into nerve signals that your brain can interpret as sound.
When most people think about hearing, they only consider sound waves. And it’s true, often, sound travels into your brain as waves in the air.

How Do Bone Conduction Headphones Work?

Lisa Otto

How do you make a complex concept understandable through a short video? I visualized bone conduction, a process in which we hear through vibrations in our skull rather than sound waves in the air.

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