eerily lifelike invention, an artificial eye he sculpts with the care and patience of an artist in his Downtown Memphis office, has earned him national media attention.
An ABC television news crew brought its cameras to Singer's lab in the Morgan Keegan Tower Thursday, eager to meet the man behind the prosthetic device for which he began clinical trials in 2005. It is not clear when the segment will air on the national network newscast.
ABC was especially interested in Singer's silicone prosthetic eye
, which he developed and tested with help from surgeons at the Memphis-based Hamilton Eye Institute, part of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.