Seeing With Your Ears

Can sounds help you see? This is the claim of Dan Kish, a blind Californian academic who hikes, bikes and climbs using 'echolocation'. But will it work in Glasgow? Find out as Dan pitches his theory to a colourful quintet of blind and partially-sighted volunteers who have elected to test it out for themselves. Hearing is believing.

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Can sounds help you see? This is the claim of Dan Kish, a blind Californian academic who hikes, bikes and climbs using 'echolocation'. But will it work in Glasgow? Find out as Dan pitches his theory to a colourful quintet of blind and partially-sighted volunteers who have elected to test it out for themselves. Hearing is believing...

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Can sounds help you see? This is the claim of Dan Kish, a blind Californian academic who hikes, bikes and climbs using 'echolocation'. But will it work in Glasgow? Find out as Dan pitches his theory to a colourful quintet of blind and partially-sighted volunteers who have elected to test it out for themselves. Hearing is believing.