Researchers help people "see" like bats

07/29/2013 | National Public Radio

Researchers have created an algorithm that can calculate the way sound echoes through a given space, allowing them to reconstruct the shape of a room using sound alone. The technology could enable blind people to find their way around using bat-like echolocation and could also have applications in architectural acoustics and police work.

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