There is no military sensor system more prolific than the Mk1 eyeball.
The default visual perception organ coded into humans from birth — in other words, your eye — is sophisticated, powerful and so absolutely normal that it has earned its own dismissive euphemism, letting specialists joke about what enabled their detection of an object via the visual spectrum. Consider, for a moment, a future where the Mk1 eyeball isn’t just a punchline.
What if the human eye could, with imperceptible mechanical aid, become a far more advanced sensor system? What if the soldiers of tomorrow could wear soft robots on their eyes?
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