When enthusiasts talk about control schemes, they mostly complain. Which seems fair given most control schemes aren't great.
Among the most consistent points, we see displeasure toward touch controls, and intuitive menu prioritization (single tap for virtual assistant, double tab for next track, etc).
For this headphone, we're using one physical control for all major functions.
The physical controller is a short throw joystick + button.
We're still developing the joystick surface finish and shape.
Here's a summary of the control scheme:
To clarify the volume up and volume down, you're pushing the stick up or down with your thumb. Shockingly, up is volume up, down is volume down.
What do you think? Did we draw the right conclusions on intuitive prioritization? Let us know your thoughts!
Casimiro Lovato-Winston, Joey Gutierrez, and 26 others