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United Sciences to Unveil First 3D Digital Ear Scanning Solution at CES 2015

 

New Technology Enables Next Generation Headphones, Hearables/Wearables

ATLANTA – (January 6, 2015) – United Sciences, a leader in 3D Hole scanning solutions, will showcase its new, patent-protected in-ear scanning technology at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015 in Las Vegas, January 6-8. The technology will usher in a new era of advanced in-ear devices with more functionality, flexibility and practicality than ever before possible.

As the only mobile scanning technology that uses real time imaging inside the ear, United Sciences will enable a new range of applications where superior fit, comfort and seal are critical. United Sciences’ solution is:

  • 100% digital — thus eliminating the need for imprecise silicone impressions
  • Completely customized – in-ear devices will be tailored to each individual, providing optimal fit, comfort, attenuation, versatility, price, fidelity and safety
  • Quick – the scan takes less than five minutes and enables real-time manufacturing so consumers can experience the benefits in a matter of hours

Commenting on the promise of this new technology, Sam Kellett, Jr., CEO of United Sciences said, “We are excited to debut this revolutionary scanning technology which we feel holds great promise for becoming the industry standard which will enable the next generation of in-ear devices. The precise dimensions captured by our scanner will forever replace the need for silicone impressions and give users a product with fit, comfort and effectiveness never before possible.”

United Sciences will be demonstrating this scanning solution during CES in the Vinyl Lounge at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas from January 6th through the 9th. Pre-registration is required via moc.secneicsdetinu@noslitm or by phoning (855) 886-5767.

About United Sciences
United Sciences innovates & engineers precision 3D Hole scanning solutions for targeted industries. United Sciences has applied decades of 3D scanning and machine vision experience to develop game changing, in-ear scanning technology.