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Watch How This Blind Man Uses Echo Location To Ride a Bike

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Published on May 11, 2016

He is blind, but that doesn't stop Daniel Kish from riding a bicycle in city traffic. He peddles down busy streets, turns corners and avoids cars, thanks to something he calls "echo location." He makes clicking sounds that act as a kind of human sonar. The noises bounce off objects and "I'm hearing the reflection of sound that comes back," he told INSIDE EDITION. For IE, he demonstrated navigating a passage way between buildings without hitting anything.

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