Aesthetic Surgery: Crystal Gayle - Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue - YouTube
Gregory Alan Bolcer stashed this in Innovation
AT VC in the OC yesterday, I struck up a conversation yesterday with the guy at the demo table next to me. His company, Stroma, does a ophthalmology surgery using pigment that allows people to change eye colors. Brown to blue is the most common, but green, purple, and others could be very popular.
I asked him how often you could do it, aka change several times a day with your outfit, but while it's a 15 second procedure, it's only been done on 17 people so far and only once per person, thus they are waiting for their FDA approval.
He said most people's initial reaction is horror, their next reaction is concern for safety, their third reaction is fascination.
Surgery to change eye color seems... Unnecessarily dangerous, no?
That's photoshopped, right?
Nope, national geographic photo of the year for 1985.
Wow. Sometimes art imitates photoshop.
Hello Kitty contact lenses?! Wow!