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The mp3 player integrated swim goggles use multiple nanomaterials to solve issues of the existing products. The new technology provides a better experience to listen music underwater during swimming. The nanomaterials make the product light weight and compact. While the person is swimming, they can adjust their music from the control menu, which is placed on the strap at the back of the head. When in motion, the goggles will store energy through the motion of water flowing through the piezoelectric nanotubes. After the use, the goggles can be recharged in a minute by simply putting them on the power mat and can be cycled a thousand times.
Rhode Island School of Design
Providence, RI, United States
Chicago, IL, United States