Australia's Monash University is developing a new bionic eye that uses seminal wireless technology to communicate with a processor that sits inside the brain, allowing blind people to discern shapes through a series of mapping dots when they put on a pair of sunglasses.
In a deeply weird experiment, scientists have transplanted eyes onto the rear ends of tadpoles, and discovered that they can still see.
Israeli researchers are testing a holographic system designed to artificially stimulate cells in the eye, hoping to create a bionic system for restoring vision.
Vision researchers - rather than lighting engineers - say they've made a discovery that could save the US billions of dollars in electricity costs per year.
A huge computational analysis has revealed that opsins - the light-sensitive proteins key to vision - may have evolved earlier than previously believed.
A new study has confirmed that astronauts risk brain and vision abnormalities as a result of spending time in space.
Researchers have taken a major step towards the Terminator-style streaming of real-time information across a person's field of vision.
If astronauts make it to Mars, they may not be able to see it very well, a NASA study has shown.
A new report has shed light on the way in which 3D viewing may cause eyestrain and headaches.
Oxford University scientists are protptyping glasses that could help people with severely limited vision see again.
Nintendo is warning that children under six years old shouldn't use its upcoming 3DS in 3D mode.
New research has disclosed a completely new mechanism for vision, showing it's still possible to see even when the retina has been completely destroyed.
Toshiba has introduced a 3D-ready laptop powered by Nvidia’s Vision technology.
Bionic Vision Australia (BVA) has created a bionic eye which it says could restore the sight of sufferers of retinitis pigmentosa and age-related macular degeneration.
General Motors (GM) is developing a HUD (Head-Up Display) system to project images generated by compact ultra violet lasers directly onto the windshield of a vehicle.
A UC Berkeley optometrist had warned that over-exposure to 3D technology could cause a small number of people to suffer from vision fatigue.