I’ve always wondered what it would be like to be a cyborg, parts of my body replaced with fiber-optics and metal. Would I be strong enough to punch through brick? Or run at incredible speeds? I always imagined the superhuman feats that could be performed using machines infused in the body. What I never thought about was how it could affect the smallest things that I take for granted each day. This particular individual was born with color blindness, everything seen in a shade of black and white. That was until he got an implant attached to the top of his head that connected to the small bones of his ears. It was a color capture device that sent certain notes in the form of vibrations to his ears in order to let him “hear” colors. Amazing!