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The eye prosthesis and the tiny camera it contains. Rob Spense, who lost his eye in a childhood accident, will wear the new eye and film the world from a completely different and personal perspective.

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The tiny camera's parts.

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Laser scan of the eye prosthesis.

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Rob Spense, owner and operator of the eye-socket camera.

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Team Eyeborg.

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