Study confirms learning click-based echolocation can help those experiencing vision loss to maintain mobility while providing a sense of independence.
Researchers have investigated the mouth clicks in human echolocation. They hope to use synthetic human clicks to investigate how sounds can reveal the physical features of an object.
Researchers discover how a bat's brain determines what's worth paying attention to.
Researchers report human echolocation works in tandem with other senses to help deliver vital information for those with visual impairments.