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“Her AW10 collection is titled Echolocation after the term used for bats 'ability to navigate their way through the dark night sky.”
“The "Echolocation" by Takuma Itoh actually has some similarities in its overall effect to the Glass.”
“The condition is called Echolocation, and humans are also capable of using echolocation – and learning how to use it.”
“Echolocation refers to the sounds dolphins and other animals naturally emit to locate objects and navigate.”
“Echolocation (echoes which can be below threshold of conscious hearing) to touch.”
“Echolocation ... has evolved at least four times: in bats, toothed whales, oilbirds and cave swiftlets .”
“Blind Man Uses Echolocation to 'See' Like bats and dolphins, Daniel Kish uses sound to locate objects.”
“Echolocation does not work more than a few meters, he says of some bat species ability to navigate by sending out sounds and listening for the echo to come back as a guide to what's in front of them.”
“They recruited the Naperville-bred musician for the touring version of their group in 2000, and a year later their label, Perishable Records, released Echolocation, the debut album from his rootsy pop band the Fruit Bats.”
“Echolocation, a collection of homespun pop tunes adorned with folky instrumental touches and marked by Brian Deck's subdued production style, struck a chord: the Fruit Bats embarked on four small U.S. tours, playing in support slots for the Shins, Modest Mouse, and Gorky's Zygotic Mynci.”
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