RNID, the charity representing 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK, in association with the design magazine Blueprint, is organizing an exhibit to showcase the future of hearing aids. On display at Hearwear is the future of hearing aids for everyone, not just the deaf:
Imagine having a remote control you could use to instantly block out the sound of noisy builders or a screaming child; or a product that allows you to hold a clear conversation in a noisy bar. The display includes stylish and attractive hearing products, some almost like jewellery, that people not only need but will really want to wear.
The Hearwear display shows how revolutionary thinking about hearing could be reflected in exciting new product designs and highlights the massive potential for industry to create innovative, stylish and desirable hearing products which, if they were available on the high street, millions of people would want to purchase and use.