Charleston-based company could provide the next evolution in hearing loss solutions – Post and Courier
At a recent TEDx presentation, J. Keith McElveen asked audience members to close one of their eyes. He then asked them to try to connect the tips of their index fingers.
He said most people would have trouble making the connection since they would lack depth perception with using only one eye. Humans see the world in 3D, he explained, and blocking one eye impacts that.
“Your hearing system works the same way,” said the owner of Wave Sciences, a Charleston based audio company that enables what they call 3D hearing through technology.