Putting a blind man in a maze might sound like the opening of some sort of cruel joke. But that's precisely what researchers at Harvard Medical School recently did. And while you might cringe at the thought of what happened next, let's just say that the researchers didn't see this one coming – pun intended.
In this scientifically-controlled experiment, a man who is totally blind was able to navigate an obstacle course consisting of chairs and boxes – perfectly. Not only did he not bump into anything, but they said that it was as if he could somehow 'see' the objects in his path and just 'knew' which way to turn to avoid them.
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