RealClarity has been mentioned in a few recent articles thanks to our participation at Fall DEMO!
Here are links to the articles:
Yesterday Scott Nathan and Mark Eisner demonstrated RealClarity at DEMO Fall 2013.
Produced by IDG, the DEMO conferences in the United States, China, Brazil and Singapore focus on emerging technologies and new product innovations. The DEMO conferences have earned their reputation for consistently identifying tomorrow’s cutting-edge technologies.
We’re just a few weeks away from the launch of RealClarity! If you’re interested in being notified as soon as it becomes available, please register at our new website here: www.RealClarityApp.com.
We’re excited to be chosen as one of 10 finalists in the AARP Health Innovation50+ LivePitch competition. If you’re planning to attend the AARP conference in Las Vegas this week, please visit our booth in the Health Innovation pavilion – and definitely attend (and vote for us) at our LivePitch presentation on Friday afternoon!
Are you struggling with hearing loss in specific situations like business conferences, airports and restaurants? Check out these helpful resources:
- Ability Hub: Assistive Technology Solutions www.abilityhub.com
Assistive Technology for people with a disability who find operating a computer difficult, maybe even impossible. This web site will direct you to adaptive equipment and alternative methods available for accessing computers.
- Better Hearing Institute www.betterhearing.org
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Access Program www.odc.state.or.us/dhhapindex.htm
Includes a DHHAP Technical Assistance and Information Center webpage < /dhhaptac.htm > with 10 pages of links to documents on ADA, hearing loss, technology, captioning and more.
- Project EASI www.rit.edu/~easi
- Equal Access to Software and Information
Check out this new video of the founder of SoundFest, Mark Eisner, as he tells the story behind Real Clarity:
SoundFest was mentioned today in the Wall Street Journal. Testing, Testing … Can You Hear Better Now? provides an excellent summary of the state of the market for personal hearing assistance. Dave Duehren, our CEO, summarizes SoundFest’s design philosophy: “… people know what they can and can’t hear, and they can adjust [Real Clarity] themselves.”
We frequently get questions about how RealClarity will sound in practice. RealClarity Train Example is a short audio clip that illustrates how someone with hearing difficulty will gain clarity in their conversations in noisy environments like riding a train.