'Molar Mic' will let US military make radio calls from their teeth

Goodbye walkie-talkie, hello sneaky-speaky. [Read More]

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Sonitus TechnologiesIn the future, communicating in combat could be as simple as speaking into the microphone on your teeth.
On Tuesday the US Department of Defense sealed a multimillion dollar investment into a futuristic two-way communications system dubbed the "Molar Mic," slated for use by the US Air Force.
Instead, the Molar Mic's bone conduction speaker relays audio straight to the wearer's inner ear without preventing them from hearing other noise or encumbering them with gear, according to Sonitus.
"The result is an unobstructed head and face, clear communication, higher comfort, enhanced situational awareness and the ability to add or remove personal protective equipment without breaking communication," Sonitus says.
The Molar Mic is set to be deployed first by the US Air Force (with other branches of the military potentially following suit), but Sonitus says the tech could also be used by security personnel, industrial workers or first responders.

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In the future, communicating in combat could be as simple as speaking into the microphone in your mouth, snapped onto your teeth. #Military #Technology #Trend

Source: Cnet