The human brain is finely tuned not only to recognize particular sounds, but also to determine which direction they came from. By comparing differences in sounds that reach the right and left ear, the brain can estimate the location of a barking dog, wailing fire engine, or approaching car.
The Oticon “marketing intensive” aims to empower independent practitioners to accelerate practice growth with marketing approaches and tools designed to reach the consumers who are vital to their practice’s success.Read More
Once in a while, something comes along so interesting that it qualifies as a “Eureka moment” without even being directly related to hard science or clinical topics. One such instance is the recent TED Talk by Justin Osmond titled “Embracing Our Limitations.” Watch the TED Talk and get the inside scoop on its creation from Osmond in this interview by Douglas Beck, AuD.Read More
A new YouTube video from Smart Diagnostic Devices illustrates the benefits of audiometric data management on the Cloud using the SmartMove Cloud product. Data stored on the audiometer cannot be accessed from a remote location. SmartCloud aims to change that.Read More
Baby Talk: A study from McGill University found that pre-lingual babies like listening to other babies more than they like listening to adults–a finding that offers insight into early language development.Read More
Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID) co-sponsored an ASL music video of the Disney song “Let It Go,” which will be featured on YouTube via D-PAN.Read More
Football’s Reed Doughty tells kids on YouTube to “go for it” and get hearing aids so they can enhance their communication, relationships, and classroom performance.Read More