Clicking Like a Dolphin Lets Sightless People ‘See’ With Sound

Clicking Like a Dolphin Lets Sightless People ‘See’ With Sound

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blind man in mall-CCDaniel Kish, blind since he was an infant, can easily dodge the pedestrians, signposts and mailboxes that line the city sidewalk.

He’s taught himself the skills of a dolphin. By clicking his tongue and paying close attention to the echo, he can identify surrounding objects and their location — even their textures.

Now he is teaching young people to become independent using the echolocation.

(WATCH the video below or READ the story from NBC News)

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