A closer look at that freaky, giant fish eye


23 Responses to “A closer look at that freaky, giant fish eye”

  1. Boundegar says:

    I still say it’s Wheatley.

  2.  I’ll keep an eye out for ya

  3. Cicada Mania says:

    Another neat thing about the swordfish eye (and tuna and some sharks) is that it is self-heating. 

  4. Just_Ok says:

    Call me, is my eye

  5. emschelle says:

    Now I feel bad for turning on the light in my aquarium.

  6. Brainspore says:

    Lies. That is clearly just one of the many horrific eyes cast off by a Shoggoth. To merely gaze upon such a thing is to court madness.

  7. gjbc says:

    Hmm… now I’m inspired to make a SCR controlled time-dimming light switch for my goldfish. Seriously. A great project that I expect to see in Make Magazine soon. 

  8. Mark Dow says:

    How can “the retina adjust the position of the photo receptors” in such a way to reduce incident light?

  9. Michael Tanaka says:

    I was expecting to see a joke about how you get a swordfish eye with out a swordfish. This is what I would of written.  “How do you get a swordfish eye without a swordfish attached? Simple: They are swordfish, someone was bound to get an I poked out.”

  10. monkey magic says:

    Looks like one of those ceramic speakers.

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