Actor LeVar Burton, front right, plays Geordi LaForge in the “Star Trek” science fiction television series. The character started with a seeing visor – he was blind since birth – that later was replaced with an ocular implant. The implants of science fiction are becoming a reality thanks to the medical applications for their use.
Actor LeVar Burton, front right, plays Geordi LaForge in the “Star Trek” science fiction television series. The character started with a seeing visor – he was blind since birth – that later was replaced with an ocular implant. The implants of science fiction are becoming a reality thanks to the medical applications for their use. CBS CBS
Actor LeVar Burton, front right, plays Geordi LaForge in the “Star Trek” science fiction television series. The character started with a seeing visor – he was blind since birth – that later was replaced with an ocular implant. The implants of science fiction are becoming a reality thanks to the medical applications for their use. CBS CBS

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