a manufactured eye of glass, plastic, or other material, usually hemispherical or cup-shaped, worn cosmetically over a blind eye or in the socket of a lost eye and sometimes attached to muscles to provide movement.
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How to use artificial eye in a sentence
While the artificial eye couldn’t quite achieve the 130-degree field of view of a human eye, it managed 100 degrees, which is a considerable improvement over the roughly 70 degrees a flat sensor can achieve.A New Bionic Eye Could Give Robots and the Blind 20/20 Vision | Edd Gent | May 22, 2020 | Singularity Hub
This may be done with such nicety that the stitch cannot be observed; and thus you have the artificial eye in true proportion.Wanderings in South America | Charles Waterton
The interval which must elapse before an artificial eye can be worn is considerably longer than after enucleation.
The human eye could not see it, and no artificial eye that would catch electric waves had been invented.The Story of Great Inventions | Elmer Ellsworth Burns
Also ‘an artificial eye truly and dioptrically made as big as a tennis-ball.’Sir Christopher Wren | Lucy Phillimore
This may be done with such nicety that the stitch cannot be observed, and thus you have the artificial eye in true proportion.Practical Taxidermy | Montagu Browne