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Lesson 2 – The Sensation of Echolocation

What does echolocation feel like? What should I be listening for in order to see using echolocation? More information on echolocation and the Beginner’s Guide to Echolocation available at:  http://www.HumanEcholocation.com

6 Mar 2014

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Lesson 7 – Navigation and Edge Finding

How can I start tracking along objects without seeing or touching them? How can I practice navigating with echolocation in a safe and comfortable way? More information on echolocation and the Beginner’s Guide to Echolocation available at:  http://www.HumanEcholocation.com

10 Mar 2014

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Lesson 6 – Sensing Three Dimensional Space

How can I see three dimensional objects without vision? What is the simplest way to break this skill down to make it easy to understand? More information on echolocation and the Beginner’s Guide to Echolocation available at:  http://www.HumanEcholocation.com

10 Mar 2014

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Lesson 5 – Seeing with Echolocation

How do I start seeing with echolocation? How are objects actually seen with sound? What is the best way to practice and improve this skill? More information on echolocation and the Beginner’s Guide to Echolocation available at:  http://www.HumanEcholocation.com

10 Mar 2014

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Lesson 4 – Learn the Echolocation Click

Arguably one of the most important parts of being able to use echolocation with precision is the art of how we click. Many different click techniques are described in this lesson.  What click should I use, where? when? why? Learn the science behind clicking and the fundamentals of exactly how to do it. More information on echolocation and the Beginner’s Guide to Echolocation available at:  http://www.HumanEcholocation.com

10 Mar 2014

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