- "A satellite. Watching from the sky. A beam of light. I am Electric Eye!"
- ― Celldweller - Electric Eye
The power to possess bionic eyes. Sub-power of Bionic Physiology.
- Bionic Eyes
- Cybernetic Eyes
- Ocular Implants
The user possesses bionic eyes, which often grants enhanced vision capabilities among other functions.
- Ability is rendered null if the eye(s) are destroyed.
See Also: Electronic Eyes
- Mechanical Eye (Thief series)
Judge Dredd (2000 AD) has bionic eyes which grant him perfect 20/20 night vision, enhanced clarity over distance, and a 50% reduction in blinking time.
Conquering Storm (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Knuckles the Echidna (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
After losing her right eye, Mugino (A Certain Magical Index) would replace it with a computerized eye.
Among Jeremiah Gottwald's (Code Geass) cybernetic augmentations is a "Geass Canceller
" in his left eye, which, as its name suggests, negates the effects of any Geass within its field of influence.
The Illusive Man (Mass Effect) has very prominent electronic eyes as a result of exposure to a Reaper artifact.
Franky (One Piece) revealing and repairing his cybernetic eye.
Raiden (Metal Gear) replaced his eyes with a cybernetic one and eyepatch after his original left eye was sliced out by Samuel Rodrigues.
Geordi La Forge (Star Trek) initially used a specialized visor to replace his lost vision…
…but later replaced said visor with actual cybernetic eyes.
Kano (Mortal Kombat) can project lasers from his cybernetic right eye.
Juri Han (Street Fighter) possesses the Feng Shui Engine, which augments her ki and enhances her fighting potential, in place of her left eye.
After losing his right eye, Enzo Matrix (ReBoot) received a cybernetic one that grants him Telescopic
and X-Ray Vision
After her Silver Eyes were maimed, Maria Calavera (RWBY) possesses goggles-like prosthetic eyes that enable her to see.
After losing his right eye, Garrett (Thief series)...
...was given a highly-advanced prosthetic replacement.
Chase Davenport (Lab Rats)