The wearable tech lets fans feel the music through vibrations, delivered by 24 touch-points around the suit, to provide a multi-sensory experience.
- Vodafone unveils 5G-enabled haptic suits at Mighty Hoopla Festival, allowing deaf and hard-of-hearing fans to experience live music like never before.
- The wearable tech lets fans feel the music through vibrations, delivered by 24 touch-points around the suit, to provide a multi-sensory experience.
- The use of Vodafone’s 5G network allows the suits to capture the sound of the crowd live, and transmits the sensation to the wearer in real-time – a world-first innovation.
- The suits were worn during Jessie Ware’s spectacular set on Saturday 4 June at Mighty Hoopla Festival in Brockwell Park, London, by deaf music fan Alysha Allen and her three friends from London.
Vodafone has unveiled innovative 5G-enabled haptic suits, that allow deaf and hard-of-hearing music fans to experience live music like never before. The wearable tech uses the power of Vodafone’s 5G network to allow music fans to feel the noise and reactions of the crowd around them for the very first time – bringing deaf and hard-of-hearing music fans closer to a live music festival performance than ever before.
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