Tasting the Light: Device Lets the Blind ‘See’ with Their Tongues

Neuroscientist Paul Bach-y-Rita hypothesised in the 1960s that we see with our brains not our eyes. Now, a new device trades on that thinking and aims to partially restore the experience of vision for the blind and visually impaired by relying on the nerves on the tongue’s surface to send light signals to the brain

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