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Computer games could aid hearing (01 Apr 2004)
The auditory brain study will develop computer games to improve hearing in adults with surgical and cochlear implants.

It will focus on teaching people how to improve their lip reading skills and how to distinguish and differentiate between sounds.

Scientists already have computer game prototypes. They are now looking for industry experts to transform them into products that will be more entertaining and fun.
Article URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/3590003.stm

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