Some cochlear implant users will soon have a new way to control the device. Researchers at the University of Texas have come up with a way to modify the settings using a mobile device. It would take the place of the speech processor that cochlear implant users wear behind the ear. A user of a Cochlear Ltd implant could change the setting for a quiet location or noisy one. There are ten health-care and research facilities taking part in clinical trials Cochlear Implant Lab at UT Dallas is leading the $2.5 million project with funds from the National Institutes of Health. Here's a video showing it in action.