The hearing impaired can now enjoy a high-definition and portable audio experience
With each purchase of its speaker, LSTN contributes to the Starkey Hearing Foundation
Advancements and innovations are helping the visually- and hearing-impaired lead ordinary lives.
New Zealand design student creates TacitLanguage, a communication aid for low-light environments.
Japanese researchers create a new way for normal listeners and the hearing-impaired to communicate.
The DEAF MAGAZINE features content on the culture of German sign language, and uses augmented reality to visualize the content.
Clarity Ensemble provides a live transcript service for all phone calls.
An award-winning concept aims to bridge the communication gap between the hearing impaired and able individuals.
New technology could make going to the movies a more convenient and enjoyable experience for the hearing impaired.
Japanese researchers have created a device that uses a horseradish vapor as an olfactory alert.