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HEALTH VISION
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January 18, 2000 
In this composite image a patient wears the "Dobelle Eye", a device using electrodes implanted in the... 
New York, USA 
DOBELLE EYE WHICH HELPS THE BLIND SEE. 
In this composite image a patient wears the "Dobelle Eye", a device using electrodes implanted in the brain and connected to a tiny television camera mounted on a pair of glasses, which allows the blind patient to make out the outlines of objects, large letters, and numbers on a contrasting background. William Dobelle of the Dobelle Institute and Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York created the device. The man in the photo is identified as "Jerry" a 62-year-old patient who lost his vision at the age of 36 from a blow to the head.

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