Daniel Kish, right, teaches blind people from around the world, including Brian Bushway, pictured here, how to use echo-location to navigate the world by making a clicking sound with their mouths.
Daniel Kish, right, teaches blind people from around the world, including Brian Bushway, pictured here, how to use echo-location to navigate the world by making a clicking sound with their mouths. Robert Gauthier TNS
Daniel Kish, right, teaches blind people from around the world, including Brian Bushway, pictured here, how to use echo-location to navigate the world by making a clicking sound with their mouths. Robert Gauthier TNS

Visual world is just clicks away for some blind people

July 18, 2015 04:24 PM

UPDATED July 18, 2015 07:04 PM

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