Some days ago I was seen in a magazine TV program a blind man who was able to cycling by the set, even overcame obstacles, through the echo location. To do so he emitting noisy clicks with his mouth, determining the distance from the objects calculated on the basis of the elapsing time until he receive the echo. Certainly it is a prodigious way to “see”, similar to that used by certain wildlife species like bats and cetaceans. However I could not help to think about the disadvantages of this method because, In contrast to ultrasonic sound from the above mentioned wildlife species, these clicks are, obviously, very loud. It is easy to imagine the state of nerves from the people who live with him, at home, at office or in any public space like, for example, a cinema. For this reason I think about the possibility to create an electronic equipment more near to the natural system from the wildlife species, based on ultrasonic sounds and that inform to the blind trough quiet vibrations, with the with the additional stereo “vision” advantage. The result is this goggle, equipped with two ultrasonic sensor in both sides, and connected to a CPU. Two servo connected also to this CPU, one at the left and the other at the right side, emit vibrations which a proportional frequency of the distance determined by the sensors. If the user prefers to use the ears, it can select the “audio” option, in which case it receive beeps which a proportional frequency of the distance determined by the sensors.