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Real-life Batman Daniel Kish uses echolocation to navigate surroundings

We just found out about Daniel Kish, a Californian who has been blind since he was a baby, but then went on to lead a fairly active life — he hikes and cycles — thanks to some sort of mad human echolocation. All he has to do is make repeated tongue-clicks to build a mental picture of his surroundings as these sound waves get reflected back.

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