[citation][nom]brickman[/nom]Would be perfect for powering hearing aid.[/citation]Key to success was the development of extreme low-power circuits, MIT said. the voltage provided by the cochlea is "very low" and, in order not to impact general hearing, only a fraction of that power can be used for circuits.
They did, did they? And what did the the guinea pigs say about their subjective experience. More importantly, what would they say when the power suck has been going on for a few years? Personally, I'll wait for the twenty year human trial to conclude.The researcher said that "the guinea pigs responded normally to hearing tests