A Canadian man who lost his sight in an accident nearly 20 years ago is one of a select group of people to have some vision restored by having electronic artificial eyes implanted in their brains.



Jens, 39, was the first to get the artificial eye since it became commercially available in April. While the device does not restore full vision, Jens was able to see clearly enough to drive a car in an empty parking lot to demonstrate the difference the device has made. More here.