Media:TV|Video. Our FlashSonar clicks have echoed to over 2 billion TV viewers around the world.Image features a montage of TV Network logos against a backdrop of video thumbnails from reports and features about World Access For The Blind.

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PREMIERE: Daniel Kish is featured on Great Big Story | CNN Films 

MOST POPULAR: Daniel Kish & Brian Bushway in X Ambassadors’ ‘RENEGADES’ + 25 Million Views

DANIEL KISH: High-Profile Activational Speaker | Perceptual Navigation Consultant

TED: Ideas worth spreading. Ted Speaker, Ted Attendee Daniel Kish, Perceptual Navigation Specialist. Daniel Kish expands the perceptual toolbox of both blind and sighted humans by teaching echolocation. Image: Black and white photo of Daniel's right profile.
Daniel Kish: TEDX Observer keynote in London, England in 2012.
YouTube video thumbnail shows Daniel Kish onstage at the 2013 TEDx Gateway talk in Mumbai, India. Click the thumbnail to go to the video on YouTube.
YouTube video thumbnail shows Lead Visioneer Daniel Kish on stage in front of the audience in the background at the 2011 TEDx SOCal event in Long Beach, California.
Video thumbnail shows Daniel Kish on-stage at the PopTech conference with a video projection of text showing behind him on a large screen. Click here to go to the video in a new window.
Large video thumbnail shows Daniel Kish walking up a green hill in Scotland behind Ethan Loch. The text banner reads: BBC: The One Show: Daniel Kish Helps A Prodigy Find His Way With Flash Sonar Echolocation. CLick on the banner to go to the video.
Image: Video still shows Daniel Kish standing at a street corner with people walking in the background.
Video Image: Daniel Kish works with a blind young male student playing rollerball in Australia.
Video image: Daniel Kish appears on the TV program Ask Dr. Nandy.
Video image: Daniel Kish walks behind WAFTB Perceptual Navigation instructor Juan Ruiz and a student.
CBC TV-Canada The Nature of Things Video thumbnail shows World Access For The Blind President Daniel Kish raising his navigation cane up to touch the roof beams of a sheltered picnic area in a park. Click here to see and hear an excerpt from Canada's CBC Network and it's program 'The Nature of Things'. Video image: Daniel demonstrates FlashSonar navigation by exploring a wooden structure in a park.
Video image:l Daniel Kish walking next to a pond in a park in Long Beach, California. Caption: video report by CBS New York.
Video image: Daniel Kish on Channel 4's Derren Brown 'Psychic Spy' special in the UK.
CNN: Seeing Through Sound. Video image: Daniel Kish walking with a group of blind children near a forest in Germany.
Discovery Channel: Real life Batman: Video image shows a simulation of light blue Flash Sonar echolocation sound waves emanating from Daniel Kish as he 'clicks'.
FOXNEWS L.A.: 'Seeing with Sound'. Anchor Christina Gonzalez stands in front of a video screen of Daniel Kish and other World Access For The Blind Perceptual Navigation Instructors and students cycling along a canyon trail.
BlobalTV 16x9: 'Second sight'. Video image: Host Carolyn Jarvis in the studio standing in front of a monitor showing a photo of World Access For The Blind President Daniel Kish.
HDNet World Report. Video image: Animated blue rings emulate FlashSonar waves emanating from Daniel Kish.
Inside Edition: Daniel Kish Video Image: Daniel Kish is interviewed by Jim Moret.
iTV: Daniel and Mason. Video image shows Daniel Kish training with blind student Mason in the UK.
KTLA5: Daniel Kish-Dr. Jandial. Video image : Daniel Kish cycling .
NatGeo TV 'Brain Games'. Video image: Daniel Kish navigates thick metal poles in a studio.
NBC- The Today Show: Video Image: Daniel Kish leads students in a building's parking lot.
9News Network Australia: Humoody Smith. Video image: WAFTB Perceptual Navigation Instructors Daniel Kish and Brian Bushway train with blind student Humoody for this Australian TV report.
RTL Network's 'Spiegel Magazin': Video Image: Daniel Kish tests a prototype for a technical device in the studio.
SBS2 Australia-The-Feed-Echolocation. Video image: Animation sequence explaining echolocation.

BRIAN BUSHWAY: Activational Speaker | Perceptual Navigation Instructor

Large video thumbnail shows World Access For The Blind Perceptual Navigation Instructor Brian Bushway on 'The Doctors' TV set. Text band reads: CBS: 'The Doctors': Brian Bushway gives an activational presentation about FlashSonar. Click on the thumbnail to go to the video.
Video image: BBC Network's 'Switch' series shows a pencil drawing of World Access For The Blind Perceptual Navigation Instructor Brian Bushway making FlashSonar echolocation clicks at a tree as part of the program 'Teenville'.
CNN - Brian Bushway. Video image: Computer animation replication FlshSonar waves going out from and returning to Brian Bushway on the program Vital Signs with Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
Discovery - Brian Bushway. Video image: Brian works with forensic artist Melissa Cooper to describe the shape of a carved wooden object.
Brian Bushway: Video Image: Brian trains a female participant in an episode of National Geographic's 'You Can't Lick Your Own Elbow.
Video thumbnail: Brian Bushway speaks at Brain Awareness Week 2014 at The Center For Integrative NeuroScience at the University of Nevada-Reno.
Video thumbnail: Brian Bushway speaks at the Braille Institute's Braille Challenge in 2010.
Video thumbnail: Brian Bushway delivers a keynote speech at the Bank of America Achievement Awards.
Video Thumbnail: Brian Bushway speaks at Lions international Governor's Top Club.


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WAFTB Print. Image shows a collection of print articles about WAFTB from Men's Journal, to Success Magazine, National Geographic and the Los Angeles Times.
WAFTB Radio. Image of Radio logos from NPR, BBC and Behind The Mask and photos of Daniel Kish, Brian Bushway and some radio hosts.


Media:Online. Special Report: Assignment Thailand. Image: WAFTB President Daniel Kish leads a group of blind student instructors along a road in Bangkok, Thailand.
MEDIA:Print - Men's Journal Profile of Daniel Kish. Image: Screengrab of page with Men's Journal logo andthtle: The blind man who taught himself to see.
MEDIA:Radio: NPR exposes the real-life Batman. Image: Scnreengrab of NPR website with a illustration of a cyclist and the title: 'How to Become Batman.'


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