Eyedrops with a chlorophyll analogue called chlorin e6 seemed to induce temporary night vision. There are also some creeptastic sci-fi looking photos to boot.
This little cone of plastic that fits on your eyeball is actually an extremely thin telescope.
These sleek, polished metal helmets may look good from the outside, but from the inside, they reveal the world in a whole different way. They allow you to take in your surroundings as if you were an animal.
Some scientists found that Human eyes do indeed perceive infrared light, but not they same way they perceive ordinary colours. It's weirder than that.
Growing nerve tissue and organs is a sci-fi dream. One pioneering researcher has made this dream a reality.
It is less a function of fear than bewilderment; simply put, it comes down to that fact that they can't see.
How many different colours can humans actually see?
In this video, Minute Physics imagines the perfect pair of eyes to establish if physics could ever actually allow Legolas to see what's claimed in the book.
Smartphone to attempt to track your lifeless and expressionless face.