Neuroscientist David Eagleman is building a vest to help deaf people hear, and he thinks these sensory translations may be the very first step toward new ways of experiencing our world.
This is a similar research being done in my lab at CU-Boulderhttp://correll.cs.colorado.edu/?p=2315
PLEASE provide a transcript for this show. So many issues related to deaf people and no transcript? I want to share this with folks who would be interested, but they wouldn't have access to it.
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