Special Microchip Helps This Guy To "Hear" Colors (Video)
Jul 27, 2012 10:09
Neil Harbisson was born to a completely grayscale world. But thanks to science, he can now perceive color through tones emitted from a sensor in front of his head that sends signals to a microchip implanted in his brain.
Harbisson explains more on how this works via the TED talk clip below:
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