Bone conduction for hearing underpins new tech-based products from Google Glass to the Bonebridge ear implant, the Eyeborg and the Cynaps. Read: Bone Conduction – Get Used To The Voices In Your Head Traditionally used in hearing-aids, it’s fascinating to see bone conduction featuring in wearable technologies. Bone conduction is the physics behind bone-anchored hearing-aids (BAHAs) but
As new school years start, several parents have asked how to keep hearing-devices on their children, during creche, preschool or school hours. Hearing-aids and cochlear implant (CI) processors may fall off. This may be due to: The child’s ears being still very small at this stage, for a device to ‘sit’ on. The curious child
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