Auditory Sensory Substitution is Intuitive and Automatic with Texture Stimuli

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Millions of people are blind worldwide. Sensory substitution (SS) devices (e.g., vOICe) can assist the blind by encoding a video stream into a sound pattern, recruiting visual brain areas for auditory analysis via crossmodal interactions and plasticity. SS devices often require extensive training to attain limited functionality. In contrast to conventional… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep15628

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