sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones
 

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

last month, the intellectual property office of the UK released dyson’s latest design patent for a ‘wearable air purifier’. based on the line drawings found in the patent, the revolutionary air purifier would be produced for individual and personal uses, contrary to the brand’s existing models designed for communal uses. the device would be constructed like a pair of wireless headphones and comprises of two headbands and ear cups, which house the motors and filters necessary for purification. while the first headband maintains stability, the second swivels forward to cover the user’s face, and functions as the air purifier.  

 

industrial designer sarang sheth visualizes the patent drawings into conceptual 3D renderings of what the product might look like when it hits the market. previously, sheth also visualized a concept for the iMac Pro based on apple’s latest patent documents.

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones
all images 3D modeled and visualized by sarang sheth

 

 

combining air-purification and audio play back, dyson’s latest design patent promotes the act of breathing fresher air while listening to music. according to the patent, the purifying headphones would feature propellers that spin at 12,000 rpm and draw in 2.8 liters of air per second to filter particles like dust and bacteria. a key requirement of the motors would be to function quietly, allowing the headphones to offer great audio playback. integrating dyson’s form language and CMF into the product, sheth built the 3D models on rhino 6 and rendered in key shot 9 — read more on yanko design here.

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

sarang sheth visualizes dyson's futuristic air purifying headphones

 

 

project info:

 

title: dyson air-purifying headphones

official patent: dyson patent

designer/visualiser: sarang sheth

via: yanko design

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