Human echolocation lets blind man 'see', via YouTube.

Can a series of sounds help a blind man, in a sense, see? Daniel Kish takes CNN on a road-test of his echolocation.

Daniel Kish has been blind since he was a baby but that hasn't stopped him living an incredibly active life that includes hiking and mountain-biking. To do this, he has perfected a form of human echolocation, using reflected sound waves to build a mental picture of his surroundings.

Using echoes to navigate the world

Human echolocation for the blind

Using echoes to navigate the world

Some Blind People Trained Themselves to Use Echolocation

Human echolocation - Daniel Kish, "Batman" - YouTube

Human echolocation - Daniel Kish, "Batman" - Seeing without sight Daniel Kish is famous for his abilities to see using sound, despite being totally blind.

Human echolocation - Daniel Kish, "Batman"

Human echolocation - Daniel Kish, "Batman" - Seeing without sight Daniel Kish is famous for his abilities to see using sound, despite being totally blind.

Neural Correlates of Natural Human Echolocation in Early and Late Blind Echolocation Experts

A small number of blind people are adept at echolocating silent objects simply by producing mouth clicks and listening to the returning echoes. Yet the neural architecture underlying this type of aid-free human echolocation has not been investigated.

Patent US7957224 - Human echolocation system - Google Patents

Patent US7957224 - Human echolocation system - Google Patents

Secrets Of Human Echolocation Partially Revealed | IFLScience

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How Does Human Echolocation Work?

How Does Human Echolocation Work? — Smithsonian

Blind since he was very young, Daniel Kish is the world's foremost proponent of using vocal clicks to navigate

Human echolocation: Using tongue-clicks to navigate the world

Using echoes to navigate the world

Daniel Kish is blind, but has taught himself to navigate using a form of sonar.

Natural Human Echolocation in Early and Late Blind Echolocation Experts

Neural Correlates of Natural Human Echolocation in Early and Late Blind Echolocation Experts

Human Echolocation Micropasta Reading By The Elocutioner

Human Echolocation Micropasta Reading By The Elocutioner

Studying human echolocation in the quietest place on earth.  Anechoic chamber, University of Southampton

Studying human echolocation in the quietest place on earth. Anechoic chamber, University of Southampton

Author summary Echolocation is the ability to use sound-echoes to infer spatial information about the environment. It is well known from certain species of bats or marine mammals. Remarkably, some blind people have developed extraordinary proficiency in echolocation using mouth-clicks. Human echolocation work has built on scant theoretical foundations to date. The current report characterizes the transmission (i.e. mouth click) that people use for echolocation, and in this way provides data…

Mouth-clicks used by blind expert human echolocators – signal description and model based signal synthesis

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