Why Watch? The future was three years ago, and this short film can prove it.

As a promotional tool for the video game Deus Ex: Human Revolution, director Rob Spence (who goes by the name Eyeborg after a shooting accident left his eye replaced by a camera) decided to find out where technology stands today in relation to the science fiction of the game by meeting with some real-life cyborgs and the scientists behind the tech.

This slick documentary, clocking in at a brisk 12 minutes, will astonish.

What does it cost? Just 12 minutes of your time.

Check out Deus Ex: The Eyeborg Documentary for yourself:


Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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