A Canadian turned his eye to a camera to see his private videos, photos and videos

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Canadian 47-year-old Canadian Rob Spence had an accident when he was a child while tampering with his father’s rifle. He lost eyesight in his right eye, and in 2008 Spence decided to replace his eye with an artificial eye with a video camera in order to shoot his own videos, so he decided to perform the removal of his eye The affected eye, and although the artificial eye does not enable Spence to see, it is able to capture everything he sees and transfer it to a receiver that can record, play on a screen, or download it on the Internet, and the artificial eye is characterized by its ability to work for 30 continuous minutes before re- Shipped.

The camera is built into the eye
The camera is built into the eye

The eye was designed by Toronto artificial limb maker Phil Bowen, while the first version of the electronic circuit and wireless cameras were developed by engineers Costa Gramatis and Martin Ling, according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.

The artificial eye includes a two-part envelope, an electronic circuit, a rechargeable battery, a video camera, and a wireless device. Spence currently has two artificial eyes that he uses alternately whenever charging is carried out in one of them, according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.

Canadian youth Rob Spence
Canadian youth Rob Spence

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the guy

Artificial eye
Artificial eye

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Camera
The camera is built into the eye
The camera is built into the eye

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