The Constitution of Spatiality in Relation to the Lived Body : a Study based on Prosthetic Perception

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Studies using the sensory substitution devices designed for visually impaired persons reveal that perceptive activity itself is embodied in a lived body capable of movement and possessing its own spatial dimensions. We have used these prosthetic devices, based on the substitution of the visual sensory input by a tactile sensory input, in order to carry out… (More)

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