The STARkey hearing technology was the first hearing technology to be tested by NASA in 1977.
It allowed astronauts to hear the sounds of a spacecraft’s exhaust system through their ears.
This new technology is also used to create 3D virtual reality (VR) and virtual reality audio-visual displays, and is currently used to develop and test new hearing aids for military personnel.
In a recent study, researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) found that STARkey was able to reproduce a hearing loss in humans when tested using the technology on a pair of hearing aids called the BMS-20.
The BMS is a hearing aid that’s part of a series of hearing aid systems that are developed by the University of Rochester, the University at Buffalo, and the University in Munich.
Researchers also found that the STARkey could accurately reproduce hearing loss on an average person’s hearing, in both normal and severe hearing loss.
These results are significant because STARkey is not currently approved for use in the United States, and this is the first time anyone has tested it in humans.
To see how STARkey works, we’ll be taking you to the NASA Ames Research Center, where we’ll have a tour of a STARkey prototype.
We’ll start by taking you inside a STARKey prototype, and then go through a quick rundown of the technology and how it works.