Nordic-powered bilateral stimulation device reduces stress and anxiety

U.S. technology company, Dharma Dr., has launched a bilateral stimulation device designed to reduce symptoms of stress and anxiety in both clinical and non-clinical settings. The wireless, handheld ‘Dharma Dr. Tabs’ induce bilateral stimulation, one of the key elements of Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.

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RealWear starts shipping intrinsically safe smart glasses, readying industrial customers for an AI revolution

RealWear has received its official ATEX / IECEx Intrinsically Safe (IS) certification for RealWear Navigator Z1 (“Navigator Z1”), with consultation with MOBILE, a technology expert in IS product development. IS certification is granted after passing a plethora of tests (i.e. thermal, electrical integrity, mechanical durability, safety compliance, and explosion-proof testing), validating that the device, whose purpose is to boost productivity and enhance safety for frontline workers, will not cause an explosion where flammable particulates are present in the atmosphere. All consumer electronics that are typically deployed for worker productivity in a standard office environment–including iPhones, tablets, and immersive AR/VR headsets are strictly prohibited in these zones.

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Omnivision announces single chip LCOS panel for next-generation smart AR/XR/MR glasses

Omnivision has announced the new OP03050, a low-power, small form factor liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) panel that integrates the LCOS array, driving circuit, framebuffer and interface in a single chip. The OP03050 provides a high-resolution, immersive experience for real-time video conferencing and streaming when used in augmented reality (AR), extended reality (XR) and mixed reality (MR) glasses and head-mounted displays.

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Skyworks’ advanced AI noise suppression enables highest audio quality for new audio/video applications on the Edge

Skyworks Solutions is introducing its newest software solution for removing unwanted background noise from speech signals at CES 2024. The AI Noise Suppression solution delivers a new benchmark of performance for noise reduction, increasing speech intelligibility, preserving quality and reducing listener fatigue when using handsets, headsets, conference systems, automotive telematics, wireless microphones and audio-visual systems.

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