The Blind Man Who Taught Himself to See

“…I saw myself as smarter, more agile, stronger, and generally more capable than most other boys my age.” Daniel Kish became blind when he was 13 months old, but he sees the world clearly through echolocation. He would click his tongue and listen for the faint echoes that he then used to create a map of the world around him, which allows him to travel the world, to cook, to bike, and to do other normal activities freely and unaided. Read full article here


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