2018/Industrial Design/Consumer Electronic
Halo is a Cochlear Implant redesign to allow users to overcome their hearing loss and increase their
Cochlear Implants are complicated pieces of technology with many moving parts, to briefly explain how they work Sound travels to your ear and the processor behind your ear converts it to digital signals. The digital signals are then transferred to the implant behind your skin. The implant then sends the digital signals through the electrode into your brain in a format that your brain can
translate back into sound.
This project aims to help both adults and infants with hearing disabilities. The goal of Halo Micro was to provide users with a smaller and more nimble design for adults to increase their social confidence. Halo Youth was designed with an emphasis on security to prevent infants from accidently harming their device.