Scrappy Biohackers Test Night-Vision Eyedrops

“Science isn't a mystical language that only a few elite people can speak.”

Night vision cat by Rodrigo Lorca via Flickr

If you’ve been looking for something interesting to put into your eyeballs, but don’t know where to start, great news! Science for the Masses, a biohacking group out of California, has devised a method to give people temporary night vision by dripping a chlorophyll-related chemical directly onto the eyes. Mic reports that the substance is a “kind of chlorophyll analog called Chlorin e6 (or Ce6), which is found in some deep-sea fish and is used as an occasional method to treat night blindness.”

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