Echolocation could help blind people learn to navigate like bats

Echolocation could help blind people learn to navigate like bats

Study confirms accuracy of using mouth clicks to identify location of objects, and uncovers insights which could help teach the skill.

Some people who are blind learn the extraordinary skill of echolocation, using mouth clicks to explore their environment in a way comparable to how bats navigate.

Now scientists have uncovered new insights into how this feat is performed, which could help others to learn the skill.

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