A decade ago Neil Harbisson could only see in black, white and grey. Now he can hear hundreds of colors, even some we can't see.
Harbisson was born with achromatopsia, a hereditary disorder that causes complete colorblindness.
In 2004, he helped to develop a device that would translate colors into different sound frequencies. He can see ultraviolet and infrared light.
Neil Harbisson is the first in the world to be recognized as a cyborg; his passport photo includes the antenna attached to his head.
Director, producer and editor Rafael Duran Torrent tells Harbisson's story in the documentary, "Cyborg Foundation." Check out the trailer:
Neil Harbisson, who is a former music student, made the musical accompaniment for the film. He has spent time listening to famous faces -- Prince Charles has a nice sound to him.
His favorite space to experience is the supermarket.
Harbisson creates art based on his perceptions, like color diagrams of songs and this "sonochromatic" portrait: