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** The Combat {{Cyborg}}s introduced in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers''. Their eyes were amongst the many body parts replaced with cybernetic implants. Close-ups of their eyes reveal camera lenses that rotate when they're using their SuperSenses.
** [[spoiler:Nanoha]] ends up getting their right eye replaced with a cybernetic implant in the epilogue of ''[[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaDetonation Detonation]]'' after the original was blinded from an explosion.

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** The Combat {{Cyborg}}s introduced in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers''. Their eyes were amongst among the many body parts replaced with cybernetic implants. Close-ups of their eyes reveal camera lenses that rotate when they're using their SuperSenses.
** [[spoiler:Nanoha]] ends up getting their right eye replaced with a cybernetic implant in the epilogue of ''[[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaDetonation Detonation]]'' after the original was blinded from an explosion. It's unknown if it grants them any enhanced sight, though it is visually identical to the original (or at least similar enough that no {{Muggle}} on Earth would be able to tell the difference).


** [[spoiler:Nanoha herself]] ends up getting their right eye replaced with a cybernetic implant in the epilogue of ''[[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaDetonation Detonation]]'' after the original was blinded from an explosion.

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** [[spoiler:Nanoha herself]] [[spoiler:Nanoha]] ends up getting their right eye replaced with a cybernetic implant in the epilogue of ''[[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaDetonation Detonation]]'' after the original was blinded from an explosion.


* The Combat {{Cyborg}}s introduced in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers''. Their eyes were amongst the many body parts replaced with cybernetic implants. Close-ups of their eyes reveal camera lenses that rotate when they're using their SuperSenses.

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* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''
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The Combat {{Cyborg}}s introduced in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers''. Their eyes were amongst the many body parts replaced with cybernetic implants. Close-ups of their eyes reveal camera lenses that rotate when they're using their SuperSenses.SuperSenses.
** [[spoiler:Nanoha herself]] ends up getting their right eye replaced with a cybernetic implant in the epilogue of ''[[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaDetonation Detonation]]'' after the original was blinded from an explosion.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': [[RetiredBadass Maria Calavera]] has had a pair since losing her eyes decades ago, [[spoiler: which were [[MagicalEye Silver]]]]. Unlike most examples, they're actually quite clunky, looking more like a pair of over-sized high-tech goggles, and cast everything she sees in a bluish tint; she also has to have them taken in for maintenance every few years, or they start breaking down and malfunctioning.

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** The first ''VideoGame/SystemShock'' game doesn't make a big deal of it (when the Hacker wakes up from cryogenic suspension at the beginning of the game's intro sequence, his eyes look normal), but given that Hacker can literally turn on eyes in the back of his head and has an option for enabling nightvision, his vision is clearly more cybernetic than it used to be.


* In ''Webcomic/AgentsOfTheRealm'', Filoni has a {{Magitek}} golden left eye.

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* In ''Webcomic/AgentsOfTheRealm'', Filoni Folami has a {{Magitek}} golden left eye.

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** It's also possible to replace Demoman's EyepatchOfPower with a bionic eye.

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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1987'': H'Elgn is able to design an electronic eye to replace one of the Daxamite's missing eyes. It doesn't have the potential powers of a natural Daxamite eye (Daxamites are descended from Kryptonian colonists) but it allows her to see.


* Quite a bit of the eye customization options in ''VideGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' can give your PlayerCharacter this look. [[spoiler: This could be seen as foreshadowing for the true nature of your character, as well as the rest of humanity in NLA.]]

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* Quite a bit of the eye customization options in ''VideGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' can give your PlayerCharacter this look. [[spoiler: This could be seen as foreshadowing for the true nature of your character, as well as the rest of humanity in NLA.]]


* ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'' has bionic eyes, given to him during the "City of the Damned" story arc after his real ones were ripped out of their sockets by a zombie version of himself from the future. Dredd notes that the new eyes give him 20:20 '''night''' vision, enhanced clarity over distance, and a 50% reduction in blinking time. He praises the efficiency of his new eyes after he gets them, and says that his one regret is that he never got them sooner. Truth be told though, you'll probably be hard-pressed to ever find another Dredd story where any of these improved eye functions become useful to him. He's a crack marksman regardless, but it's unclear how much of this is simply due to Dredd's skills with the Lawgiver and his much improved eyesight. Probably both. However, in the ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' story ''The Dead Man'', [[spoiler: one of the earliest tip-offs to the reader revealing that the titular disfigured character is actually Dredd is the fact that his eyes "don't look natural".]] It also crops up in another story, where a group of perps use an EMP device. Unsurprisingly, Dredd is BlindWithoutEm.

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* ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'' has bionic eyes, given to him during the "City of the Damned" story arc after his real ones were ripped out of their sockets by a zombie version of himself from the future. Dredd notes that the new eyes give him 20:20 '''night''' vision, enhanced clarity over distance, and a 50% reduction in blinking time. He praises the efficiency of his new eyes after he gets them, and says that his one regret is that he never got them sooner. Truth be told though, you'll probably be hard-pressed to ever find another Dredd story where any of these improved eye functions become useful to him. He's a crack marksman regardless, but it's unclear how much of this is simply due to Dredd's skills with the Lawgiver and or his much improved superhuman eyesight. Probably both. However, in the ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' story ''The Dead Man'', [[spoiler: one of the earliest tip-offs to the reader revealing that the titular disfigured character is actually Dredd is the fact that his eyes "don't look natural".]] It also crops up in another story, where a group of perps use an EMP device. Unsurprisingly, Dredd is BlindWithoutEm.


* ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'' has bionic eyes, given to him during the "City of the Damned" story arc after his real ones were ripped out of their sockets by a zombie version of himself from the future. Dredd notes that the new eyes give him 20:20 '''night''' vision, enhanced clarity over distance, and a 50% reduction in blinking time. He praises the efficiency of his new eyes after he gets them, and says that his one regret is that he never got them sooner. Truth be told though, you'll probably be hard-pressed to ever find another Dredd story where any of these improved eye functions become useful to him. However, in the ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' story ''The Dead Man'', [[spoiler: one of the earliest tip-offs to the reader revealing that the titular disfigured character is actually Dredd is the fact that his eyes "don't look natural".]] It also crops up in another story, where a group of perps use an EMP device. Unsurprisingly, Dredd is BlindWithoutEm.

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* ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd'' has bionic eyes, given to him during the "City of the Damned" story arc after his real ones were ripped out of their sockets by a zombie version of himself from the future. Dredd notes that the new eyes give him 20:20 '''night''' vision, enhanced clarity over distance, and a 50% reduction in blinking time. He praises the efficiency of his new eyes after he gets them, and says that his one regret is that he never got them sooner. Truth be told though, you'll probably be hard-pressed to ever find another Dredd story where any of these improved eye functions become useful to him. He's a crack marksman regardless, but it's unclear how much of this is simply due to Dredd's skills with the Lawgiver and his much improved eyesight. Probably both. However, in the ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'' story ''The Dead Man'', [[spoiler: one of the earliest tip-offs to the reader revealing that the titular disfigured character is actually Dredd is the fact that his eyes "don't look natural".]] It also crops up in another story, where a group of perps use an EMP device. Unsurprisingly, Dredd is BlindWithoutEm.


If only [[FashionableAsymmetry one eye]] is cybernetic, it is a form of EyepatchOfPower.

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If only [[FashionableAsymmetry one eye]] is cybernetic, it is a form of EyepatchOfPower.
EyepatchOfPower. If it can send images to its owner while detached, it functions as an EyeSpy.


* [[MadScientist Dr. N. Gin]] of the ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series has a mechanical eye as part of the life support system in his head ''crafted from a still-live rocket''.

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* [[MadScientist Dr. N. Gin]] of the ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' ''VideoGame/CrashBandicoot'' series has a mechanical eye as part of the life support system in his head ''crafted from a still-live rocket''.


* ''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]].]]

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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''. ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'': [[spoiler: After Thor lost his right eye in ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', Rocket Racoon gave gives him a cybernetic eye as a replacement, albeit [[MismatchedEyes one with a mismatched color]].]]


* Cyborg of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has a mechical eye. This is a plot point in one episode where the Titans are facing robots built with the same technology and Cyborg reveals that his mechanical eye has a weakness that can be exploited to make objects invisible to it, which they use to sneak past the robots.

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* Cyborg of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has a mechical eye. mechanical eye. This is a plot point in one episode where the Titans are facing robots built with the same technology and Cyborg reveals that his mechanical eye has a weakness that can be exploited to make objects invisible to it, which they use to sneak past the robots.

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