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Daniel Kish Blog

"KISH" A WINNER AT FILM FEST!
WAFTB is proud to announce that "KISH", a film profile ofWorld Access for the BlindLead Founder and President Daniel Kish, has been awarded the prize for 'Best Documentary Short' at the [i] Ashland Independent Film Festival in Ashland, Oregon. We send our congratulations to Daniel, Co-Directors Zackary Canepari and Drea Cooper, and all the fo...
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World Access for the Blind | Navigating the World Using Flash Sonar
"It's impressions about blindness that are far more threatening to blind people than the blindness itself.Think for a moment about your own impressions of blindness. Think about your reactions when I first came onto the stage, or the prospect of your own blindness, or a loved one going blind. The terror is incomprehensible to most of us, bec...
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TED Talk: How I Navigate the World Using Flash Sonar
"Impressions about blindness are far more threatening to blind people than blindness itself.";
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A Walk With Daniel Kish, Who Navigates The World Using "Flash Sonar"
Written by Kate Torgovnick May: Daniel Kish glides a white cane over the marble floor of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel. He's in Vancouver, Canada, to speak at TED2015, and he's just been alerted by the speaker concierge that he is needed backstage for his rehearsal. "Mr. Kish, there's a little bit of a step there,"; says a bellhop, motion...
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Meet the eyeless man who says he can see (and is probably right)
With both eyes lost to cancer when he was just a toddler, you would expect Daniel Kish to be as blind as a person can get. He's become famous for using a sort ofhuman echolocationto find his way around, but there's more to it than that: According to Kish, his fellow echo-locators, and the scans of their brains, they'reactually seeing. Let...
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