These videos illustrate several stages of development of the COCOHA solution. Each shows only part of the functionality, and all involve bulky laboratory equipment that may seem remote from what a user might want on his/her ear. The idea is to show “proof of concept” demonstrating how each of the main hurdles can be addressed.…
Our UCL partner talks about gaze on Science in Action (from 8′ 40″) on the BBC World Service. Gaze is a cue to auditory attention, useful as a control signal in complement to brain signals.
Our partner at UCL is participating in the Sound Talking event at the Science Museum in London.
Our UCL partner’s work is featured in a TV series ” Secrets of the brain”. We will appear in episode 11: https://www.insight.tv/category/secrets-of-the-brain-2
COCOHA was presented to approximately 50 local citizens (several with hearing loss) by Carina Graversen and Antoine Favre-Felix. Press: http://forsk.dk/ and http://www.eriksholmforskning.dk/om_eriksholm/oplev_forskningscenteret.aspx.
Our UCL partner’s recent paper on the effect of gaze on listeners’ sensitivity to sounds is gathering interest in the news. The study aimed at determining out how visual attention interacts with auditory attention, which is potentially important for cognitive control of a hearing aid. According to the Daily Mail it’s all about listening to…
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/research/chaitlab/news. Our partner Maria Chait has been collaborating with the Guardian on a series on Musical Emotion. She has so far recorded EEG from artists Billy Bragg and Laura Mvula for a short feature to appear soon.