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 21 Oct 2011

Camera in eye


Rob Spence has a camera in place of his right eye.

Canadian filmmaker Rob Spence decided to have his badly damaged eye removed from its socket. So he chose to replace it not with a prosthetic, but with a wireless camera.

This is world first case: Spence and a team of engineers and eye specialists developed an eye-camera, a miniature camera and wireless transmitter fitted into his eye.

Spence damaged his eye as a child after mishandling a gun, and had been legally blind in his right eye for years. After several operations, doctors eventually advised him to remove it.

The gadget is: a 1.5 millimetre-square low-resolution video camera, a round circuit board, a video transmitter and a three-volt rechargeable battery, all contained in the clear acrylic used to make prosthetic eyes. As well as fulfilling millions of kids' Six Million Dollar Man fantasies, the eye-camera was recognised last year in Time magazine's 50 best inventions.

Spence, also known as Eyeborg, is in Melbourne this week as a special guest of the Other Film Festival, and will present the world premiere demonstration of the camera in operation on Thursday night.

The footage quality, he says, is similar to that of a phone camera.

The camera in Rob Spence's eye socket is wireless.

''The aesthetic, oddly, is very similar to the point of view of the Terminator from the first Terminator film, including a slight wavering of video, which is actually now part of film language to talk about surveillance and cyborgy stuff,'' Spence says. ''In [film-editing software] Final Cut Pro, there's a filter called 'bad video' which, if you're doing a futuristic film, you use to give you that effect.

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