Intercom headsets are the next big thing.
With the arrival of headsets that can record your conversations, videos, and photos, the possibilities for the future of audio and video are endless.
But until then, how will you actually hear it?
That’s where the headsets will need to go.
A few weeks ago, I got a call from a friend who had been hearing voices in his head for a while.
He was a software engineer at Facebook, but he wasn’t particularly tech savvy.
But he was a fan of the intercoms from his days as a programmer at Apple, and he had heard that the headsets would allow people to hear more than just voice.
The idea was great, and soon he had some prototypes.
After he had bought one, he started asking his friend, “Is this the future?”
He wanted to hear something.
He asked about the technology behind the headsets, and that led to a conversation about the interconnects that the headset is built on.
What does it take to make an intercom that can actually be heard?