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11

Oct
2017

In Hearing Technology

By Rosie Williams

Why hearing aids are so much more impressive than the iPhone X

On 11, Oct 2017 | In Hearing Technology | By Rosie Williams

The release of the iPhone X has caused much of a stir in the technology world and we don’t just mean because of the price tag. Apple promise a new and improved facial recognition software, which uses biometrics to map the users face to 30,000 invisible dots using the TrueDepth camera.

Whilst Apple are not actually the first to release a facial recognition feature on a smart phone, they are the first to promise absolute reliability and security, ensuring that the tech cannot be easily tricked using a photograph or a mask.

This is all sounds very new and exciting and it certainly seems to have shaken up the smart phone market since they announced the new feature.

 

What are biometrics?

Biometry is the application of statistical analysis to biological data. Biometrics is the measurement of people’s physical and behavioral characteristics for use in some way,  currently mainly used for identification and verification.

Biometrics is a science we’re all becoming accustomed to in our day-to-day lives as technological innovation and personalization moves forward, such as fingerprint scanning on smart phones and biometric passports. And now, this technology has made its way to hearing aids.
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Introducing the worlds first hearing aid with Biometric Calibration – Phonak Virto™ B

On 11, Oct 2017 | In Hearing Technology | By Jerusha Shulberg

First came the fingerprint, then the retina scan. Now, it’s all about the ear! These distinct parts of our bodies are unique to every individual and because they are unique, they can be used for biometrics. But what exactly is biometrics?

 

Each ear is unique, each ear hears differently

Biometrics is the measurement of people’s physical and behavioral characteristics that are mainly used for identification and access control. It’s something we’re all becoming accustomed to as innovation and personalization moves forward. For example, many smartphones have an integrated finger scan; biometric passports are standard today- even photographs can be sorted according to facial recognition. And now, this technology has made its way to hearing.
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05

Jun
2017

In Hearing Technology

By Rosie Williams

Phonak Virto™ B-Titanium Hearing Aids

On 05, Jun 2017 | In Hearing Technology | By Rosie Williams

Phonak have introduced their smallest ever custom hearing device, the Phonak Virto™ B-Titanium, made with medical grade titanium and the latest AutoSense operating system.

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14

Mar
2017

In Hearing Technology

By Rosie Williams

How to connect your Oticon Opn™ to the internet

On 14, Mar 2017 | In Hearing Technology | By Rosie Williams

The treatment technology in the Oticon Opn™ hearing aid utilizes the IFTTT (if-this-then-that) service to connect your hearing instrument to any other internet-connected device. This means you can connect to your email, social media accounts, doorbell, smart home heating system or washing machine.

Oticon have provided some how-to video’s to help Oticon Opn™ wearers connect their device to the IFTTT services & connected devices around the home.

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22

Feb
2017

In Arts & Lifestyle

By Rosie Williams

Hearing aids as beautiful as glamorous earrings – redefining hearing accessories

On 22, Feb 2017 | In Arts & Lifestyle | By Rosie Williams

Hearing aid technology has been researched and developed for over a hundred years. Throughout this time, hearing aid styles have gradually grown smaller, slimmer and less noticeable due primarily to the stigma associated with reduced hearing ability and the demand from those experiencing hearing loss. However, recently there has been an increase in demand for hearing aid accessories and jewelry that help make a hearing loss, which is often concealed, more visible and worth flaunting.

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22

Feb
2017

In Professional News

By Rosie Williams

Researchers use pupillometry to measure listening effort for the first time

On 22, Feb 2017 | In Professional News | By Rosie Williams

Oticon and the Eriksholm Research Centre have been able to measure the level of stress someone experiences when hearing in noisy environments using Pupillometry. Listening in a noisy room can be difficult for everyone and a bigger problem for those with hearing loss. The ability to measure cognitive load in different environments could improve the lives of millions of people with hearing loss.

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Could wireless earphones change the way people feel about hearing aids?

On 11, Jan 2017 | In Arts & Lifestyle | By Jerusha Shulberg

Apple’s latest change to remove the headphone jack and replace the traditional plug-in ear phones with wireless AirPods has sparked some conversation. The interesting thing for us is the potential to change the way of thinking in the hearing industry due to this technology shift. The hearing industry have been using this type of technology in their hearing aids for a long time! Could forward-thinking companies like Apple be making connected hearing devices the thing to wear?

 

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‘Smart’ hearing aid technology – a thing of the future?

On 07, Dec 2016 | In Hearing Technology | By Jerusha Shulberg

Apple’s latest change to remove the headphone jack and replace the traditional plug-in ear phones with wireless AirPods has sparked some considerable conversation. AirPods could change the way we use headphones with its instant ability to connect to your iPhone as soon as it is turned on, to adjusting the volume of playback music, changing a song, getting directions by activating Siri or making a call wirelessly. We have been using this type of advanced wireless technology to make life easier for people with hearing loss for some time! Could forward-thinking companies like Apple be making connected hearing devices the ‘thing’ to wear?

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22

Nov
2016

In Hearing Technology

By Rosie Williams

Introducing Widex BEYOND™ – Made for iPhone

On 22, Nov 2016 | In Hearing Technology | By Rosie Williams

The latest hearing aid from Widex, the BEYOND™, has arrived. This is the Danish company’s first ‘Made for iPhone’ device providing wearers with a solution that not only delivers exceptional audiology, but also 2.4 GHz direct connectivity and leading-edge sound. Widex BEYOND™ is designed to be a highly personalised instrument that allows wearers to confidently and effortlessly live life on their own terms. No matter what their pursuits and passions.

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28

Oct
2016

In Hearing Technology
News

By Rosie Williams

Rechargeable Technology with Phonak Audéo Belong™

On 28, Oct 2016 | In Hearing Technology, News | By Rosie Williams

Phonak Belong-R™ has been released – the first hearing aid to feature a specifically designed built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery which provides 24 hours* of hearing with one charge. In the modern world of reliance on rechargeable devices where daily charging is part of our daily routine, this is the first time rechargeable batteries could become a mainstay in the world of the hearing treatment technology.

Phonak Audeo™ B-R removes the hassles of disposable batteries and gives you the confidence of knowing that your hearing technology is charged and ready to take you through long days.

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