Sez Roland Piquepaille of Mindjack:

An international team of neuropsychologists has improved a device named “Tongue Display Unit” (TDU) pioneered at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The device consists of a grid of 144 gold-plated electrodes set in the mouth and able to activate the cerebral cortex, the area of brain normally used for vision, of blind people. In their experiments, blind people were able to “see letters with their tongue.”

I don’t know if you’d be able to do this the otherway round and, at will, have large muscular organs protrude from your eyesockets, but it seems worth trying.

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