BRUSSELS-A Canadian filmmaker plans to install a micro-camera in his righteous eyes, produce documentaries and raise awareness of surveillance in society.
Rob Spencer, 36, lost one eye in a teenage accident.
So-and-so he said
The project called Eyeborg is to install the camera, battery and wireless transmitter on a small circuit board.
"The original idea was to make a documentary about surveillance.
I thought I would be a superhero. . .
Fight for Justice and oppose surveillance.
"There are 12,000 cameras in Toronto.
But what I find strange is that people don't care about surveillance cameras, they care more about me and my secret cameras because they feel it is a more serious invasion of their privacy.
"Spencer, who attended a media conference in Brussels, said that no part of the camera would be connected to his nerves or brain.
He said he was not planning on making reality shows and that the camera would turn off when it was not needed.
"I don't want to go into the dressing room.
And I don't want to show the world that I'm going to the bathroom. . . I'm not a life-
"Cast and I are not going to be a member," he said . ".
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