USAToday Mentions ClearCast at CES

USATodays’s Reviewed section discusses recent advancements in hearing technology, particularly highlighted at CES 2024, following the 2022 legislation that facilitated access to over-the-counter hearing aids for mild-to-moderate hearing loss.

The article, Next-gen ways to navigate speech and sound showcases a variety of innovative solutions aimed at improving the quality of life for individuals with hearing challenges.

Some of the key innovations include:

XanderGlasses: Award-winning augmented reality glasses that display captions of spoken words in real-time, designed for various environments. Priced at $4,999, they offer a unique solution for those seeking an alternative to traditional hearing aids.

BeAware Conference Live Captioning: A free app designed to make conferences more accessible by providing live captioning for attendees who are deaf or hard of hearing. It allows speakers to easily create and share caption streams, improving accessibility at large events.

ClearCast™: The first new FDA-registered Assistive Listening Device since 2004, designed for individuals who need occasional hearing assistance. It includes a neckband and earbuds to improve the signal-to-noise ratio for clearer hearing, with the option to use an external microphone for more significant hearing loss.

These innovations represent a broad spectrum of solutions, from high-tech wearable devices to software applications and assistive listening devices, each addressing different needs and preferences in the hearing loss community.

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