- Published: 24 June 2015
Using a technique similar to what bats and dolphins use, human echo-locators navigate using audio cues given off by reflective surfaces in the environment. Few people know that this same technique can work for human beings. But as a matter of fact, echolocation comes quite naturally to people like Daniel Kish, who were deprived of visual information from a young age. Read an excerpt on echolocation from The Superhuman Mind in this month's issue of Discover Magazine.