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10th Sep '17 9:51:18 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'' Blind Mag, born blind but given the ability to see by [=GeneCo=] at the price of having to sing for the [=GeneCo=] Opera. [[spoiler:Eventually she is marked for repossession, but before it can happen she removes the eyes herself at the end of her final performance for GeneCo. She is of course, killed for her defiance.]]

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* In ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'' Blind Mag, born blind but given the ability to see by [=GeneCo=] at the price of having to sing for the [=GeneCo=] Opera. [[spoiler:Eventually she is marked for repossession, but before it can happen she removes the eyes herself at the end of her final performance for GeneCo.[=GeneCo=]. She is of course, killed for her defiance.]]
4th Sep '17 2:57:48 PM kazokuhouou
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* ''WebComic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'': Jet, the main character's brother, is a SuperSoldier from a generic spacefuture, and has a yellow eyewith crosshairs instead of a pupil.

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* ''WebComic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'': Jet, the main character's brother, is a SuperSoldier from a generic nondescript spacefuture, and has a yellow eyewith eye with crosshairs instead of a pupil.pupil. It's eventually revealed that the military put it inside Jet to be used to take photos of strategic locations/targets. Jet most uses it to take photos of his raptors being cute.
13th Aug '17 5:18:37 PM WaveSwallow
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* Juri Han in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' had her eye gouged out by Shadoloo, and S.I.N. replaced it with a cybernetic one, which contains a miniature Feng Shui Engine that stores energy and powers her moves. In ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', M. Bison [[EyeScream rips out her eye]] to study it, so she goes back to the abandoned S.I.N. lab to find a replacement. Her "new" eye is a prototype, and unlike the one in "IV" that was designed to look like a human eye, this one looks like a robotic eye.
26th Jun '17 10:56:52 AM JackG
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* ''Film/GhostInTheShell''. After his eyes get damaged in a bomb explosion, Batou gets the familiar eyes we know from the anime, rejecting the more subtle versions used by the Major as he's MarriedToTheJob and so doesn't see the point in fitting in with society.

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* ''Film/GhostInTheShell''. After his eyes get damaged in a bomb explosion, Batou gets the familiar eyes we know from the anime, rejecting the more subtle discreet versions used by the Major as he's MarriedToTheJob MarriedToTheJob, and so doesn't see the point in fitting in with society.
26th Jun '17 10:55:25 AM JackG
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* ''Film/GhostInTheShell''. After his eyes get damaged in a bomb explosion, Batou gets the familiar eyes we know from the anime, rejecting the more subtle versions used by the Major as he's MarriedToTheJob and so doesn't see the point in fitting in with society.
* ''Film/{{Dredd}}''. The Clan Techie has cybernetic eyes he uses when he's working with computers. The area around them looks pretty badly irritated, and to make matters worse it's later shown that Ma-Ma [[EyeScream gouged his eyes out]] with her thumbs before the surgery.
16th May '17 6:51:39 PM nombretomado
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* On the cover of the book ''Extras'', the fourth book of the {{Uglies}} trilogy; the characters have "eyescreens," which is like permanent internet interface embedded in the eye that can be shut off at will.

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* On the cover of the book ''Extras'', the fourth book of the {{Uglies}} ''Literature/{{Uglies}}'' trilogy; the characters have "eyescreens," which is like permanent internet interface embedded in the eye that can be shut off at will.
13th May '17 6:25:51 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'', ghosts can get an upgrade called "Ocular Implants," increasing their sight radius. It is actually quite useful as it allows the ghost to call in nuke strikes from outside the blast radius.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'', ''VideoGame/StarCraft'', ghosts can get an upgrade called "Ocular Implants," increasing their sight radius. It is actually quite useful as it allows the ghost to call in nuke strikes from outside the blast radius.
20th Apr '17 5:53:15 PM Diesel
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* On some ''VideoGame/SpaceStation13'' codebases you can have cybernetic eyes, but they dont do anything.

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* On some ''VideoGame/SpaceStation13'' codebases you features various forms of this trope, their nature depending on the codebase.
** The research department on /TG/Station and similar
can have develop and create eye implants that can grant perks such as x-ray vision and the ability to see the security status of anyone nearby but can malfunction catastrophically when exposed to an EMP.
** Robotics on Goonstation and similar has standard
cybernetic eyes that function like perfectly normal, mundane biological eyes, but they dont do anything.meant for restoring vision to those who have lost their original eye. There are also various prosthetic eyes that more in-line with other versions of this trope and can allow people to see through walls, determine the exact composition of chemical mixes, indicate the health of people in sight, or even [[EyeBeams shoot lasers!]]
5th Mar '17 6:54:49 PM TroperBeDoper
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* ''Anime/Goku Midnight Eye' stars private investigator Goku Furinji whose sacrificed left eye is replaced by a mysterious benefactor with an electronic one that obeys his mental commands providing among other things x-ray vision, night vision, targeting, thermal vision, GPS, visual chemical analysis and protection from hypnosis but can also access and command virtually anything on the planet or in orbit controlled by computer. Which leaves his cyberpunk noir future in his hands. And of the two toys he was given that one wasn't even the magical one.

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* ''Anime/Goku ''Goku Midnight Eye' Eye'' stars private investigator Goku Furinji whose sacrificed left eye is replaced by a mysterious benefactor with an electronic one that obeys his mental commands providing among other things x-ray vision, night vision, targeting, thermal vision, GPS, visual chemical analysis and protection from hypnosis but can also access and command virtually anything on the planet or in orbit controlled by computer. Which leaves his cyberpunk noir future in his hands. And of the two toys he was given that one wasn't even the magical one.
2nd Mar '17 7:04:35 AM Dravencour
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* Present in ''TabletopGame/{{Cyberpunk}} 2020'' too. No brands are mentioned in the main rulebook, but one piece of artwork features two eyes with ''Nikkor''[[note]]The brand used by the (RealLife) Nikon company for its lenses[[/note]] on them.

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* Present in ''TabletopGame/{{Cyberpunk}} 2020'' too. No brands are mentioned in the main rulebook, but one piece of artwork features two eyes with ''Nikkor''[[note]]The brand used by the (RealLife) Nikon company for its lenses[[/note]] on them.them, and one caption mentions Kiroshis as the brand one lady uses.



** The Illusive Man's eyes are notable for being obviously artificial. The tie-in comic, ''Mass Effect: Evolution'', reveals where he got them: [[spoiler:a Reaper artifact on Shanxi]]. Notably, only ''one'' character ever mentions the Illusive Man's unusual eyes: Joker, in an off-hand remark about TIM's "freaky eyes" in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3''.
** The protagonist, Commander Shepard, is also mentioned as having implants to aid with targeting and so forth (along with various other body modifications). KickTheDog enough and they glitch out and become a case of RedEyesTakeWarning.

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** The Illusive Man's eyes are notable for being obviously artificial. The tie-in comic, ''Mass Effect: Evolution'', reveals where he got them: [[spoiler:a Reaper artifact on Shanxi]]. Notably, only ''one'' character ever mentions the Illusive Man's unusual eyes: Joker, in an off-hand remark about TIM's "freaky eyes" in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3''.
''VideoGame/MassEffect3''. [[spoiler:These are most likely the vector through which the Reapers were able to indoctrinate him]].
** The protagonist, Commander Shepard, is also mentioned as having implants to aid with targeting and so forth (along with various other body modifications). 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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