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This range of conceptual implants designed by Central Saint Martins graduate Lesley-Ann Daly allows wearers to listen in on their health

'“By sensory augmentation, we mean trying to take some information from the environment...and make that perceptible,” said the hackathon’s organiser, Imre Bárd, a research officer at the London School of Economics. “Sensory substitution would be to take one sensory modality and communicate that information through another modality.”  How to hack your senses: from 'seeing' sound to 'hair GPS':

How to hack your senses: from 'seeing' sound to feeling colour and using your hair as GPS