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In this action video game that has just been released, the hero, who has artificial organs, discovers a plot involving a company that specializes in "human enhancement" (robotic arms, artificial eyes, etc.). To coincide with the release, we asked Serge Picaud, a researcher at Inserm’s Institut de la vision (Institute for vision), to what extent artificial eyes already exist.

In this action video game that has just been released, the hero, who has artificial organs, discovers a plot involving a company that specializes in "human enhancement" (robotic arms, artificial eyes, etc.). To coincide with the release, we asked Serge Picaud, a researcher at Inserm’s Institut de la vision (Institute for vision), to what extent artificial eyes already exist.

 

In this action video game that has just been released, the hero, who has artificial organs, discovers a plot involving a company that specializes in "human enhancement" (robotic arms, artificial eyes, etc.). To coincide with the release, we asked Serge Picaud, a researcher at Inserm’s Institut de la vision (Institute for vision), to what extent artificial eyes already exist.

Co-produced by: Universcience, 8 Art Média 2011 (duration: 7 min)

 

In this action video game that has just been released, the hero, who has artificial organs, discovers a plot involving a company that specializes in "human enhancement" (robotic arms, artificial eyes, etc.). To coincide with the release, we asked Serge Picaud, a researcher at Inserm’s Institut de la vision (Institute for vision), to what extent artificial eyes already exist.

Watch the video on Universcience…

 

In this action video game that has just been released, the hero, who has artificial organs, discovers a plot involving a company that specializes in "human enhancement" (robotic arms, artificial eyes, etc.). To coincide with the release, we asked Serge Picaud, a researcher at Inserm’s Institut de la vision (Institute for vision), to what extent artificial eyes already exist.

 

In this action video game that has just been released, the hero, who has artificial organs, discovers a plot involving a company that specializes in "human enhancement" (robotic arms, artificial eyes, etc.). To coincide with the release, we asked Serge Picaud, a researcher at Inserm’s Institut de la vision (Institute for vision), to what extent artificial eyes already exist.

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