Interview with Brian Bushway & Tom Izdebski from Acoustic Athletics
Can athletes learn to use the auditory information available in a sports environment to improve their performance? Can we see all around us with sound?
Brian Bushway and Thomas Izdebski discuss the technique of echolocation, perceptual development, neuroplasticity and how Acoustic Athletics if applying this training to sighted and non-sighted professional athletes.
Brian Bushway and Brandon Shin sit down with AMI Canada to discuss teaching sighted and non-sighted athletes that with proper brain training and sensory awareness, their performances can far exceed their expectations.
Brian Bushway's “superpower” lets him bike, skate and navigate the world HUMAN Limits
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with Brian Bushway, a blind man who uses echolocation to get around.
Brain Bushway navigates the world using Echolocation. This technique involves producing “clicking” noises with the tongue that bounce off objects in the environment and helps the visually impaired create a mental image of where these objects are located.