Echolocation uses sound waves and echoes to find out where objects are in a space. Echolocation is used for humans and for animals to, specifically bats and dolphins. Humans use echolocation by clicks. If someone is blind, they can tap their walking stick, make noises with their mouth or even stomp there feet. It helps blind people get around and be able to do daily tasks the same as people with their eyesight. Below is a video that explains how they can use echolocation to help them everyday.