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Most people depend on sight more than any other sense to interact with the world. But millions of people worldwide are either blind or have impaired vision. Fortunately, modern medicine is finding ways to improve and even restore sight!

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Night blindness is real, and it can be caused by any number of things that affect the complicated mechanics of your vision.

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Winner of the Platinum Award - Best Intermediate Project at the Canada Wide Science Fair 2013

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Learn about how advances in technology may help people be able to see using artifical retinas.

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Watch this video and learn how the visually impaired can use echolocation to navigate - just like bats!

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The amazing story of how a blind child learnt to see, using sound.

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For some people suffering from degenerative eye diseases, glasses and laser surgery don't work and their condition has, up until now, lead to blindness. However, a new vision “miracle” has shown up in the news lately.

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This team of 14-year-old gilrs from Palestine have designed a laser cane to assist visually impaired people get around without bumping into objects or tripping on holes in the ground.

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A recent study led by Dr. Melvyn Goodale at the University of Western Ontario investigated what brain regions are active during natural human echolocation. All of a sudden Daredevil's powers don't seem so far-fetched.

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