Superman fans Michael Byrnes, left, Frances Tirado, center, and Amy Byrnes pose for a photo on their way to New York Comic Con in 2016. While it won't match the Man of Steel's heat vision, scientists say it's possible to add laser-emitting membranes to our eyes for identification purposes.
Superman fans Michael Byrnes, left, Frances Tirado, center, and Amy Byrnes pose for a photo on their way to New York Comic Con in 2016. While it won't match the Man of Steel's heat vision, scientists say it's possible to add laser-emitting membranes to our eyes for identification purposes.
Superman fans Michael Byrnes, left, Frances Tirado, center, and Amy Byrnes pose for a photo on their way to New York Comic Con in 2016. While it won't match the Man of Steel's heat vision, scientists say it's possible to add laser-emitting membranes to our eyes for identification purposes.

Cue the Superman jokes. Scientists say laser eyes are possible

May 06, 2018 12:09 PM