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We are currently building the C-Hear technology to be implemented as a medical imaging tool, web file format, and as a helper application for digital accessibility.
More implementations are forthcoming.
This is the evolution of how C-Hear came to be.
It wasn’t until one day in early 2015 that Adena wondered about whether or not there was a format for a single image and audio that was not a movie file.
Her husband, Butch, was under contract blogging for NASCAR racer, David Ragan. As she helped Butch, as she often did with this blog, A she specifically wanted to attach audio to a photo of David Ragan’s car making a high-speed turn during a race.
She wanted to add sounds from the race and report on David’s performance that day. The only way she could do that was to create and upload a movie file, or an MPEG4.
However, that was not her desire. If video is added, it has to be hosted, elsewhere, like YouTube, Vimeo or some other video hosting site. As everyone knows, once loaded on these sites, you lose control of your digital assets.
Adena decided to call Jesse about it because of his experience with internet production.
She asked if there was a file format that allowed someone to add audio to a single image. Jesse told her the only way he knew of, was to combine them to make an MPEG4 movie. She said, “NO, that isn’t what I want. I don’t want a movie file and deal with its size and bandwidth issues. "
David, the NASCAR driver, didn’t want other people profiting from his content, e.g. Youtube or Vimeo; so the content had to live on his website.
Jesse told her there is no other way, it had to be a movie file if there was sound to be included.
She immediately asked “What if we could create one?…”
If you want more information about this new, exciting technology, contact us. We are making it possible for Internet users to actually hear images for the first time.
C-Hear is committed to providing a website experience that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. We aim to comply with all applicable standards, including WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards up to level AA. If you experience any difficulty in accessing any part of this website, please contact us by emailing email@example.com or calling 800-760-0620.