Be sure to have some tissues handy before watching this video!
In a new clip from 'NBC News,' a blind man is able to see his wife and grandchildren for the first time in a decade thanks to a bionic eye implant — and his emotional reaction is priceless.
Allen's reaction to seeing his wife, Carmen. (Photo Credit: 'NBC News')
Allen Zderad, 68, is one of only 15 people in the US to regain eyesight through this new retinal prosthesis system called the "Second Sight Argus II."
Though he can't see details of people's faces, the "bionic eye" allows Zderad to make out forms and shapes, which is just fine by him.
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"It's easy [to see my wife]," the Minnesota native told the Mayo Clinic, according to 'NBC News.' "She's the most beautiful one in the room."
Watch Zderad's touching reaction to seeing Carmen in the video below.
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