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    Default A little entertainment

    For those who have not yet seen this, the dance is called the Thousand-Hand Guanyin, which is making the rounds across the net. Considering the tight coordination required, their accomplishment is nothing short of amazing, even if they were not all deaf.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24SoPihLdq4&NR=1

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    Confused,
    What a wonderful thing to post. It is nice to be reminded that many things are possible. Resourcefulness and resiliance go a long way for those of us with hearing difficulties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goditto
    Confused,
    What a wonderful thing to post. It is nice to be reminded that many things are possible. Resourcefulness and resiliance go a long way for those of us with hearing difficulties.

    goditto
    Thanks goddito. I wish there were more to see. Maybe others on the forum can find videos to share to keep us smiling! Or a joke or two???

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    It is amazing and thank you for sharing it with us.

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    I have watched this over and over and I still love it!

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    http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013...f-hearing-loss
    Has demo files of different hearing losses. I'd be interested to hear how these compare to what those with hearing loss actually hear. Are they pretty accurate?

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    I thought this just looked cool (running water in front of a speaker):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=uENITui5_jU

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiogal View Post
    http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013...f-hearing-loss
    Has demo files of different hearing losses. I'd be interested to hear how these compare to what those with hearing loss actually hear. Are they pretty accurate?
    Interesting. It's not difficult to simulate, just with hearing loss simulator software it can be done and with auto-adjustment like this: HLSim - NIOSH Hearing Loss Simulator (I tryied and seems to me worked well).

    Another example of hearing loss simulation, sensorineural in this case:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_pro0oEm_g
    Last edited by RSilva; 09-30-2013 at 04:46 PM.

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