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Hackaday Prize Entry: Tongue Vision

Visually impaired people know something the rest of us often overlooks: we actually don’t see with our eyes, but with our brains. For his Hackaday Prize entry, [Ray Lynch] is building a tongue vision system, that will help blind people to see through one of the human brain’s auxiliary ports: the taste buds. The concept of tongue vision has already been proven. Brainport, a tongue vision system invented by Paul Bach-y-Rita is already available to patients.
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