CES 2022: Get a Power Boost from This Smart Walker

CES 2022: Get a Power Boost from This Smart Walker

Is there an assistive walker in your future (or in your life now)? The only time I’ve used a walker (so far) was a short period following total hip replacement surgery. My experience lasted for just a few days and the walker was more of a backup then a...
CES 2022: Hear It Your Way On All Devices

CES 2022: Hear It Your Way On All Devices

Listen up! Two European hearing technology companies recently announced a new type of hearable. Mimi Hearing Technology is a Berlin-based company that creates digital healthcare hearing tests and and sound personalization profiles based on the tests....
Patient Thinks to Tweet [video]

Patient Thinks to Tweet [video]

The brain computer interface (BCI) may not be the last frontier, but it will do for now until the real thing comes along. We’ve written about Stanford’s BCI that allows a man to write on a computer by imagining letters. Last November we covered Blackrock...
CES 2022: Exoskeleton Uses Air to Help Lift [video]

CES 2022: Exoskeleton Uses Air to Help Lift [video]

We find wearables that assist human muscles appealing because of their many potential applications. In addition to helping people with debilitating diseases and health conditions, artificial muscles in exoskeletons and other wearable structures can enhance the...