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Sally / On ear wearable device

Sally
Sally

Sally is a device which employs tickling to prevent digital addiction. The earpiece does this by gently blowing a gust of air behind the ear. This breaks the mind’s flow state for a split second, and momentarily takes away the user’s attention from an addictive digital experience.

University

School of the Art Institute

School of the Art Institute
of Chicago
Chicago, United States

Sujit Joshi,
School of the Art Institute of Chicago