Your friends are chatting but the subway car is so crowded you can’t make out what anyone’s saying. Wish you were in on the joke?
CogniWave is working on a solution.
The start-up - one of 15 companies to emerge from the University of Toronto’s Technopreneurship program this summer - has designed a product to help people who have difficulties separating single voices from multiple in crowded social situations.
Technopreneurship, or Techno, as participants call it, is organized by U of T’s Institute for Optical Sciences (IOS).