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London, May 10: Neil Harbisson, has crafted the world's first cyborg man that allows him see colors by conveying musical tones to his brain.

The 31-year-old music artist said that it can be used to transmit colors from anyplace in the world but the overall aim is to search the use of bluetooth and Wi-Fi so he can have bone conducted internet connections and telephone calls using the antenna, the Daily Star reported.

Harbisson, who was born colour-blind, joined hands with his friend who was studying cybernetics and created a project where sounds were used to determine around 25 colors.

The device also lets him pick up infrared and ultraviolet colors, giving him better 'sight' than the average human, and it has been drilled into Harbisson's skull through bone conduction (ANI)

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