MindMics is an emerging wearable technology company revolutionizing the way we monitor the inner workings of our bodies, health, performance and well-being.

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  • MindMics Announces Results from Clinical Studies Introducing the Next-Generation Wearable Technology -- In-Ear Infrasonic Hemodynography

    Cambridge, Massachusetts--(Newsfile Corp. - March 21, 2023) - MindMics, Inc. reported results from the clinical studies of revolutionary earbuds that use a new technology - In-ear Infrasonic Hemodynography with a digital health device for cardiovascular monitoring using the human audiome. These results were published by Nature Portfolio NPJ | Digital Medicine: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41746-022-00725-3.Human bodily mechanisms and functions produce low-frequency sounds. Our range of hearing limits our ability to perceive these sounds. However, In-ear Infrasonic Hemodynography (IH), invented and patented by MindMics,...

    2023-03-21 8:00 AM EDT
  • MindMics Joins Qualcomm Voice and Music Extension Program to Bring Next Generation of Health Monitoring Enabled Through Earbuds

    Cambridge, Massachusetts--(Newsfile Corp. - March 10, 2023) - MindMics, the inventor of sound-based technology™ for in-ear earphones and hearables, today announced that it has joined the Qualcomm® Voice and Music Extension Program. From March 2023, MindMics will enable its in-ear infrasonic hemodynography technology™ on the Qualcomm® S5 Sound Platform (QCC5171) and the Qualcomm® QCC5141 platform. This will be the first solution in the Extension program that can accelerate the commercialization of health monitoring. MindMics is excited to establish new collaborations...

    2023-03-10 8:00 AM EST
  • MindMics In-ear Earbud Technology Show Promise in Detection of Aortic Stenosis and Hearing Heart Murmurs

    Cambridge, Massachusetts--(Newsfile Corp. - March 7, 2023) - MindMics, a leader of infrasonic based technology enabled in-ear earphones and hearables, announced today that its earbuds have shown promise in the detection of aortic stenosis, a condition that restricts blood flow through the heart's aortic valve.Results from an ongoing prospective clinical study conducted by Scripps Clinic indicate that MindMics' non-invasive infrasonic hemodynography (IH) technology can detect aortic stenosis by capturing in-ear acoustic vibrations throughout the cardiac cycles. The results...

    2023-03-07 8:00 AM EST