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What do you mean by "locked in our eye"?
Some kind of image may be briefly preserved. If you look at an object for a while & then close your eyes, you can still see the shape of the object; usually in a different colour. That is due to rods and cones still sending signals to the brain.How long that image would persist after death depends on how quickly the rods & cones lose their vitality.
i was thinking of two possible applications if this was possible. Firstly, if this was a murder victim, the police could have the last image the person saw which could possibly help in solving the crime.Secondly, greiving relatives could get some sort of photo of how their now lost relative saw them.
describes my own working RAM (brain) to a tee, the power loss i would equate to sleep.