In The News

Increased Bone Conducted Vibration Reduces Motion Sickness

Increased Bone Conducted Vibration Reduces Motion Sickness

Results from a study testing bone conductive vibrations proved the device decreases nausea from motion sickness.

D.C. Biotech is Raising Millions to Advance Medical Device for Vertigo

D.C. Biotech is Raising Millions to Advance Medical Device for Vertigo

CEO Sam Owen discusses Otolith Labs usage of investor funding and the companies journey the past few years. 

Electronic Headband for Drug-Free Motion Sickness Therapy

Electronic Headband for Drug-Free Motion Sickness Therapy

Medgadget describes Otolith Labs technology and the positive impact it has on motion sickness symptoms.

Development of Therapeutic Headband for Vertigo Sufferers

Development of Therapeutic Headband for Vertigo Sufferers

Washington Business Journal talks about Otolith Labs plan for FDA approval and the funding neccesary. 

This New Device Could Solve VR Motion Sickness

This New Device Could Solve VR Motion Sickness

OtoTech combats motion-induced nausea, including side effects of VR usage, without the side effects of drugs.

Recognition

NASA iTech 2020 Cycle 1 Winner

NASA iTech 2020 Cycle 1 Winner

Through NASA’s iTech initiative, the agency discovers and assesses technologies that could help it accomplish future missions. Otolith Labs was one of the three winning teams in 2020.