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How to design your game for the hard of hearing - Polygon
“Designing a game to be welcoming for players who are hard of hearing might not be as complicated as you think, but it does take a bit of education. Learning how to take the information that’s often provided exclusively through audio and present it through other means has its challenges.

“The video above, from Game Maker’s Toolkit, does a good job of discussing some of these obstacles that might not be immediately apparent to most players or developers.”
accessibility  a11y  videos  hearing  2018  youtube 
2 days ago by handcoding
4 Circumstances Where You Should be Wearing Earplugs
Our ability to hear, as well as the health of our ears, is an incredibly important part of our overall health.
earplugs  hearing  hearing-loss 
5 days ago by Adventure_Web
openMHA on Raspberry Pi
A community project called “A mobile hearing aid prototype based on openMHA” was recently introduced on Github. The project aims at lowering the entry barrier for hearing aid algorithm development and evaluation. This is achieved by combining the openMHA software with a portable single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi.
opensource  hearingaids  hearing  health  medical  raspberrypi  openmha 
6 days ago by cyberchucktx
Open community platform for hearing aid algorithm research
The project Open community platform for hearing aid algorithm research funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH Grant 1R01DC015429-01) aims at sustainable, focused research towards improvement and new types of assistive hearing systems.
opensource  hearingaids  hearing  health  medical  diy  openmha 
6 days ago by cyberchucktx
Open hardware meets open science in a multi-microphone hearing aid project
The openMHA project—from the Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg in Germany, BatAndCat Sound Labs in Palo Alto, California, and HörTech gGmbH—is an open source platform for improving hearing aids using real-time audio signal processing. For the next iteration of the research platform, openMHA is using the US$ 55 BeagleBone Black board with its 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU.
opensource  hearing  health  hearingaid  hardware  openmha 
6 days ago by cyberchucktx
Apple's AirPods and Live Listen are a revolution for the hearing impaired — Quartz
They’re one of Apple’s newer products that have an innovative design, are functional, and have the potential to change the way we communicate. In the near term, they could revolutionize how people with hearing loss interact with the world.
Last month, it was reported that Apple would add Live Listen, a feature that allows people to hear conversations in noisy settings, to AirPods later this year. The feature has been around since 2014. It uses the iPhone as a mic and connects to Apple-certified hearing aids to amplify hearing. When the next version of Apple’s key mobile software, iOS 12, is released, AirPod users will have access to the feature, though it’s recommended that those who require hearing aids still use them and not simply rely on AirPods for clarity and amplification.
apple  hearing  accessibility  audio  sound 
7 days ago by euler
How to Keep Your Hearing Aid Clean and Dry During Summer Activities
No matter what your plans are for your summer day, consider these four easy ways to keep your hearing aid clean and dry during your favorite summer activities.
summer  hearing  hearing-aid 
13 days ago by Adventure_Web
4 Reasons to Get a Hearing Test Before Your Summer Vacation
Don’t wait until the holiday season to improve your hearing! Instead, get your hearing tested now so that you can enjoy every minute of your year with the people that you love.
hearing  summer  hearing-test 
20 days ago by Adventure_Web

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