Joseph Giacomin takes us on a visual journey into one specific region of the mind, that of perception enhancement. The term expresses that multiplicity of new technologies acting to augment human sensory abilities, permitting us to see, hear and feel the world through technological eyes, ears and hands. Can we see in the dark? Can we see through walls? Can we see heat? Of course we can this is the 21st century! As we embark on this picture tour of what our world looks like thought artificial eyes, emotional and thought-provoking images of the well known and the rare provide a brief glimpse into what the world around us looks like when we are willing to transcend our usual perceptual abilities. This visual diary will be an inspiration for future artists, designers and scientists. Professor Joseph Giacomin is the director of the Human Centred Design Institute (HCDI) of Brunel University in London.