An amazing account of a filmmaker who replaced his eyeball with a camera!
Accidents often have a lasting effect on a person’s personality and their perspective towards life. This cannot be truer than in case of Rob Spence, a filmmaker in Toronto. Take a look at this interesting story on how Rob sees the world through the lens of the camera.
1 Vision for the Future
The filmmaker suffered from a fatal injury when he was 9 years of age. He held a shotgun against the eye when shooting at a pile of cow dung. Years later, the filmmaker had the idea of removing the injured eye and replacing it with a camera.
Rob remembers the surgery and says that everyone was left bewildered with his decision as this was like a science fiction story to most of the people around.