Deus Ex: The Eyeborg Documentary – Live Action Short Film

To celebrate the launch of critically acclaimed video game Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Square Enix has commissioned filmmaker Rob Spence, who goes by the pseudonym EYEBORG to investigate prosthetics, cybernetics and human augmentation. As a real life cyborg, having replaced his eye with a wireless camera, Spence is in a unique position to comment on how close we are to the cybernetic future presented to us in Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

The film Deus Ex: The Eyeborg Documentary, looks at pioneering work in sight restoration, augmented reality, advanced prosthetic limbs and transhumanism.  Travelling the globe Spence interviews other real-life cyborgs and leading creators of biotechnology.

During his travels he interviews a number of people including a blind man given sight by cutting-edge technology; a former US army Sergeant whose new legs have enabled him to compete as a professional skier; and the creators of a revolutionary firefighter mask which incorporates augmented technology.

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