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3D-games for TUNing and lEarnINg about hearing aids

3D Tune-In brings together relevant stakeholders from traditional gaming industries, academic institutes, a large European hearing aid manufacturer and hearing communities to produce digital games in the field of hearing aid technologies and hearing loss in children and older adults, addressing social inclusion, generating new markets and creating job opportunities

3D Tune-In Introduction Video

This is a short video introduction about the 3D Tune-In project.

Latest News

On 25th, 26th and 27th of October, the Fourth 3D Tune-In Project Meeting was held in Montegrotto Terme (Italy). Audiologists and hearing aid experts were also involved as participants in the first app-testing workshop!

The apps developed in the 3D Tune-In project are designed to help children and adults learn more about the available functionalities of their hearing aids and how specific functionalities can improve hearing in different everyday situations.

Gamification refers to the use of techniques and principles of games (video games, classic games, role play, etc.) to motivate people to take action and achieve a goal.

The University of Malaga and Imperial College London, on behalf of the 3D Tune-In project consortium, are proud to announce that the project deliverable 2.1 – 3D Tune-In Toolkit has now been submitted!

Reactify (UK) attended the Audio Engineering Society’s 140th International Convention in Paris to present the 3D Tune-In project to an audience of acousticians, audio engineers, scientists, game developers, and more.

From the 25th to the 28th of May, the National Congress of the Italian Society of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck surgery (SIO) was held in Rome.

This questionnaire aims to gain greater insight into how well hearing aid users communicate with others in various situations.

Nottingham

On 19th and 20th of April, the Third Project Meeting was held at the University of Nottingham. The meeting took place in Cripps Hall, surrounded by beautiful countryside and nature.

New technologies can be highly effective at addressing the emerging needs of an aging population. They also have the potential to improve the quality of life of the disabled and improve their contributions in the workplace.

hearing journal

The Hearing Journal, a well-known publication in hearing healthcare, has published a paper about our project. You can find it at the following link:

At the beginning of January, Luca Simeone - Managing Partner of Vianet - organized and facilitated a 3-day workshop at the Politecnico di Milano, where students were invited to design services relying upon 3D Tune-In (3DTI) technologies.

Our Partners:

Imperial colage london
De montfort university
Notthingham university
uma-university
Viniet
Reactify
Nerlaska
Xamp
Resound2

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