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You might be interested in this story about Neil Harbisson, a guy who was born with no color vision but uses a device that transforms colors into sounds so that he can detect them. Aside from its practical applications, he sees this as a kind of sensory expansion, in an almost artistic way. tHANKShttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Harbissonhttp://www.npr.org/programs/ted-radio-hour/283440560/extrasensory
Do you not suspect that the limitation lies with the processing power of the brain, rather than the proscribed limits of the senses? Adding more data from one sense will have to be offset by loss from another.