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08/24/2010 12:12:05 PM · #1
It would not be a huge leap of imagination to think that someday, in the not so distant future, this may be the basis for a camera implant. One that uploads wirelessly in real time.
Youtube ABC news clip

08/24/2010 12:23:27 PM · #2
Incredible...

I myself suffer from macular scarring from birth, so I find it terribly interesting.
08/24/2010 12:25:24 PM · #3
Wow! Its incredible how far technology has come!
08/24/2010 04:15:18 PM · #4
We have the technology....we can rebuild him.
08/24/2010 04:28:24 PM · #5
Originally posted by Jac:

We have the technology....we can rebuild him.


Haha!
08/24/2010 10:04:58 PM · #6
Originally posted by Jac:

We have the technology....we can rebuild him.


Can I get a back, some knees, two eyes and a liver, with a large coke, please?
08/24/2010 10:09:51 PM · #7
You want cheese on that?
08/24/2010 10:11:31 PM · #8
Originally posted by David Ey:

You want cheese on that?


LOL... nice!
08/24/2010 10:18:31 PM · #9
Impressive!

I wonder if that would reduce red-eye? :-)
Actually, if they glowed red in the dark there would definetly be a Terminator-ish feeling.
08/24/2010 11:21:04 PM · #10
That eye is just wonderful. Can't wait for the camera version. Just imagine - you wouldn't have to lug any equipment, or remember to pack it. And you could take all the pics you wanted without anyone noticing!
08/24/2010 11:58:37 PM · #11
Originally posted by jomari:

That eye is just wonderful. Can't wait for the camera version. Just imagine - you wouldn't have to lug any equipment, or remember to pack it. And you could take all the pics you wanted without anyone noticing!

I can't wait for the first confrontation with a security guard: "Hey! You're not allowed to look at that! Let me erase your brain ..."
08/25/2010 01:49:26 AM · #12
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by jomari:

That eye is just wonderful. Can't wait for the camera version. Just imagine - you wouldn't have to lug any equipment, or remember to pack it. And you could take all the pics you wanted without anyone noticing!

I can't wait for the first confrontation with a security guard: "Hey! You're not allowed to look at that! Let me erase your brain ..."


LOL!
08/25/2010 03:13:12 AM · #13
Originally posted by jomari:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by jomari:

That eye is just wonderful. Can't wait for the camera version. Just imagine - you wouldn't have to lug any equipment, or remember to pack it. And you could take all the pics you wanted without anyone noticing!

I can't wait for the first confrontation with a security guard: "Hey! You're not allowed to look at that! Let me erase your brain ..."


LOL!


bahahha just a quick jump into Men in Black... ah, much better
08/25/2010 04:34:29 AM · #14
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by jomari:

That eye is just wonderful. Can't wait for the camera version. Just imagine - you wouldn't have to lug any equipment, or remember to pack it. And you could take all the pics you wanted without anyone noticing!

I can't wait for the first confrontation with a security guard: "Hey! You're not allowed to look at that! Let me erase your brain ..."


That's a very valid concern in today's paranoid society.

My main concern though would be forgetting to take the lens cap off. :-)

Message edited by author 2010-08-25 04:35:01.
08/25/2010 05:36:18 AM · #15
Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by jomari:

That eye is just wonderful. Can't wait for the camera version. Just imagine - you wouldn't have to lug any equipment, or remember to pack it. And you could take all the pics you wanted without anyone noticing!

I can't wait for the first confrontation with a security guard: "Hey! You're not allowed to look at that! Let me erase your brain ..."


That's a very valid concern in today's paranoid society.

My main concern though would be forgetting to take the lens cap off. :-)


Lens cap = eye lid. Another beauty of it - you couldn't lose your lens cap.
08/25/2010 10:13:54 AM · #16
Originally posted by jomari:

Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by jomari:

That eye is just wonderful. Can't wait for the camera version. Just imagine - you wouldn't have to lug any equipment, or remember to pack it. And you could take all the pics you wanted without anyone noticing!

I can't wait for the first confrontation with a security guard: "Hey! You're not allowed to look at that! Let me erase your brain ..."


That's a very valid concern in today's paranoid society.

My main concern though would be forgetting to take the lens cap off. :-)


Lens cap = eye lid. Another beauty of it - you couldn't lose your lens cap.


I could....lol
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