Biohacking-group “Science for the Masses” created special eye drops that claim to give man the power of night vision, without having to wear any high-tech devices. The solution is based on Chlorin e6, which is found in some deep-sea fish, and it induces short-term night vision in those with healthy eyesight. Gabriel Licina became the experiment’s first guinea pig, and fortunately, he was able to identify random objects and symbols 100% in darkness, while the regular-sighted counterparts had a 33% success rate. “With what’s basically a really fine turkey baster, lab medical officer, Jeffrey Tibbetts slowly dripped 50 microliters of Ce6, an extremely low dose, into Licina’s speculum-stretched eyes, aiming for the conjunctival sac, which carried the chemical to the retina,” said the group’s biochemist. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including Jeremy Clarkson’s Fire TV revenge ad.