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9th Jun '18 2:40:25 PM nombretomado
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* Talies from ''FanFic/TheMotleyTwo'' has an electronic left eye, his real eye lost in some NoodleIncident. It's black, with a white pupil.

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* Talies from ''FanFic/TheMotleyTwo'' ''Webcomic/TheMotleyTwo'' has an electronic left eye, his real eye lost in some NoodleIncident. It's black, with a white pupil.
7th May '18 3:48:47 PM QuizzicalPieridine
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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''. [[spoiler: After Thor lost his right eye in ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', Rocket Racoon gave him a cybernetic eye as a replacement, albeit [[MismatchedEyes one with a mismatched color]].]]
22nd Apr '18 9:57:11 AM Diask
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Normally the eye is some kind of upgrade or [[SuperSenses super sense]]. It may have a superzoom, infrared or perhaps digitised vision. This is quite common with the {{Cyborg}} hero whose powers are his cybernetic upgrades.

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Normally the eye is some kind of upgrade or [[SuperSenses super sense]].{{super sense|s}}. It may have a superzoom, infrared or perhaps digitised vision. This is quite common with the {{Cyborg}} hero whose powers are his cybernetic upgrades.
upgrades. In {{First Person Shooter}}s and other games controlled in first-person perspective, cybernetic eyes may be [[DiegeticInterface the reason you see the usual]] VideoGameInterfaceElements.



Sometimes the eye is very visually distinct. Bizarre irises or unusual pupils mark the individual. Working on the principle of the eyes being the window to the soul, these TechnicolorEyes can be a small but direct method of demonstrating the fact that an otherwise normal-looking individual is at least partially cybernetic. In the case of prosthetic eyes they also work as a scar signifier. Since the eyes are taken as so much more personal they can be a much smaller effect for greater emotional impact. And, of course, it can also show how [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul evil]] a person is.

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Sometimes the eye is very visually distinct. Bizarre irises or unusual pupils mark the individual. Working on the principle of the eyes being the window to the soul, these TechnicolorEyes can be a small but direct method of demonstrating the fact that an otherwise normal-looking individual is at least partially cybernetic. In the case of prosthetic eyes they also work as a scar signifier. Since the eyes are taken as so much more personal they can be a much smaller effect for greater emotional impact. And, of course, it can also [[RedRightHand show how evil]] [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul evil]] a person is.
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** The protagonist, Commander Shepard, is also mentioned as having implants to aid with targeting and so forth (along with various other body modifications) following MassEffect2 when he/she was [[WeCanRebuildHim rebuilt]]. KickTheDog enough with Renegade actions and they glitch out and become a case of RedEyesTakeWarning.

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** The protagonist, Commander Shepard, is also mentioned as having implants to aid with targeting and so forth (along with various other body modifications) following MassEffect2 when he/she was they were [[WeCanRebuildHim rebuilt]]. KickTheDog enough with Renegade actions and they glitch out and become a case of RedEyesTakeWarning.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Dirty Bomb}}'' Proxy gets one of these from Redeye after one of her eyes gets shot through by Aimee.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dirty Bomb}}'' ''VideoGame/DirtyBomb'' Proxy gets one of these from Redeye after one of her eyes gets shot through by Aimee.Aimee.
* Psybe from ''VideoGame/CosmicStarHeroine'' has a large chunk of his head replaced with cybernetics, including a large red orb that substitutes his left eye. There's also a minor NPC in API headquarters who was left blind as her cybernetic eyes were downloading an update... and then crashed.



* ''Grrlpower'': Dabbler, a succubus who is a JackofAllTrades including being a technological expert, has an electronic prosthetic eye after [[EyeScream losing the real one in a swordfight]]. The eye is capable of some features like video-recording and the like. It never falls out unintentionally during the course of the story, but it is loose enough that Dabbler PULLS IT OUT OF HER SOCKET during dinner with her coworkers.

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* ''Grrlpower'': Dabbler, Dabbler from ''Webcomic/{{Grrlpower}}'', a succubus who is a JackofAllTrades including being a technological expert, has an electronic prosthetic eye after [[EyeScream losing the real one in a swordfight]]. The eye is capable of some features like video-recording and the like. It never falls out unintentionally during the course of the story, but it is loose enough that Dabbler PULLS IT OUT OF HER SOCKET during dinner with her coworkers.
20th Mar '18 1:47:06 PM Menarker
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* ''WebComic/Grrlpower'': Dabbler, a succubus who is a JackofAllTrades including being a technological expert, has an electronic prosthetic eye after [[EyeScream losing the real one in a swordfight]]. The eye is capable of some features like video-recording and the like. It never falls out unintentionally during the course of the story, but it is loose enough that Dabbler PULLS IT OUT OF HER SOCKET during dinner wit her coworkers.

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* ''WebComic/Grrlpower'': ''Grrlpower'': Dabbler, a succubus who is a JackofAllTrades including being a technological expert, has an electronic prosthetic eye after [[EyeScream losing the real one in a swordfight]]. The eye is capable of some features like video-recording and the like. It never falls out unintentionally during the course of the story, but it is loose enough that Dabbler PULLS IT OUT OF HER SOCKET during dinner wit with her coworkers.
20th Mar '18 1:45:51 PM Menarker
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* ''WebComic/Grrlpower'': Dabbler, a succubus who is a JackofAllTrades including being a technological expert, has an electronic prosthetic eye after [[EyeScream losing the real one in a swordfight]]. The eye is capable of some features like video-recording and the like. It never falls out unintentionally during the course of the story, but it is loose enough that Dabbler PULLS IT OUT OF HER SOCKET during dinner wit her coworkers.
3rd Mar '18 1:32:30 PM wolfb
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dirty Bomb}}'' Proxy gets one of these from Redeye after one of her eyes gets shot through by Aimee.
15th Feb '18 2:19:46 PM DaibhidC
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* The Creator/YoungAnimal title ''Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye'' follows the Forgotten Heroes guest appearance in ''Comicbook/ResurrectionMan'' by portraying Silver Age spelunker Cave Carson as [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin having a cybernetic eye]].
6th Feb '18 12:21:33 AM ZombieAladdin
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* In ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'', Ramona's eyes look pretty normal most of the time (for a macaw, at least) but [[https://imgur.com/tzD0NnX become like this]] when she starts scanning her surroundings for intruders.
26th Jan '18 3:25:20 PM Dvandemon
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* Orion in Literature/HeroesOfOlympus is depicted as having cybernetic eyes replacing [[ShownTheirWork the ones he lost]] and went to Hephaestus to get replaced.
14th Jan '18 2:57:10 AM Gerusz
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* ''VideoGame/{{Rimworld}}'' has bionic eyes that give pawns ''better'' vision than normal.
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