MBARI News Release - Researchers solve mystery of deep-sea fish with tubular eyes and transparent head
2.23.2009. "Researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute recently solved the half-century-old mystery of a fish with tubular eyes and a transparent head. ..."
I know this has been linked to a million times already in the past week, but nobody told me there was a video of this guy swimming around!Eye Spy: Filmmaker Plans to Install Camera in His Eye Socket | Gadget Lab from Wired.com
oh my god, okay, you have no idea how long I've dreamed of having this.
"Spence, a 36-year-old Canadian filmmaker, is not content with having one blind eye. He wants a wireless video camera inside his prosthetic, giving him the ability to make movies wherever he is, all the time, just by looking around."
Filmaker with eye-embedded camera raises privacy concerns
Rob Spence looks you straight in the eye when he talks. So it's a little unnerving to imagine that soon one of his hazel-green eyes will have a tiny wirelessGizmodo - Stem Cell Contact Lenses Cure Blindness in Less Than a Month - Stem Cells
A cure for blindness using stem cells ?
"[T]hree patients had their sight restored in less than a month by contact lenses cultured with stem cells." Holy shit.
Stem Cell Contact Lenses Cure Blindness in Less Than a Month http://bit.ly/KBWEw #feedly [from http://twitter.com/jjjunk/statuses/2038716228]
EYESIGHT HEALED WITH STEMCELLSThe Photographic Eye | B&H Photo Video Pro Audio
Reference for Demand - High vs Low Resolution
The Photographic Eye How Our Eyes See vs. How Our Cameras See
silmä vs. kamera
The human eye, with support from the brain (the fastest CPU on the planet), visually reconstructs our surroundings in real-time as we go about our days and nights. Describing the human eye and how it interprets the world around us in terms of camera optics is a tricky process to explain, and that's before we even get to the 'how does it compare to my camera' part of the story.
Как видят мир глаза и фотокамера
How Our Eyes See vs. How Our Cameras See