Daniel, the blind man who sees as a bat
It moves by producing clicks with the tongue. His ears take care of the space that surrounds him, the shapes, the textures, the obstacles. Just like a bat.
Blind at the age of two, Daniel's brain has adapted and today, Daniel manages to design a plant after arriving at a new location.
It is a story of how the human brain has unsuspected abilities and how it is possible to overcome the great challenges that arise in life.
He was founder and president of the World Access for the Blind association.
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