|First Appearance:||Ultraseven Episode 1 The Invisible Challenger|
The Ultra Eye (ウルトラ・アイ, Urutora Ai?) is Dan Moroboshi's transformation item. With it, he can transform into his true self, Ultraseven. His famous quote before he transformed is "DWUAH". Other users of the Ultra Eye are Run, Taiga Nozomu (Ultraman Zero's human hosts) and Jin (Ultraseven X).
Unlike any other transformation items, this item transforms Dan and his hosts into Ultraseven without any rise action. Instead the transformation scene is Dan, or a human host, transforming into Seven from the head down. Jin, on the other hand, transformed in real time in a burst of red light. Ultraman Zero's transformation had a more typical rise.
The original Ultra Eye was simple. Upon use there was a transformation scene where the glasses would disappear and change Dan into his Ultra form from head to toe. Often times Seven would be human size and would take on giant size afterwards. Later on, during the time of Ultraman Leo's stay on Earth, Seven was gravely injured. As a result, the Ultra Eye was damaged, leaving him stranded in human form, even though he has transformed without its usage.
Technically, Ultraseven X's Ultra Eye was the same as the original. But like Ultraseven himself, the Ultra Eye also received an update, looking more sleek and streamlined. Upon use, the Ultra Eye turned into a light that covered Jin and morphed him into Ultra form, with a bright flash, but in real time.
Ultraman Zero'sZero's Ultra Eye was more streamlined, with white and blue colors and resembling a mask more than his father's. His version of the device known as the Ultra Zero Eye, to differentiate it from his father's. His could also be folded in half and be used as a blaster. Upon use, the trasformation scene shows his host floating in a prismatic space with the Ultra Eye on, while light gathered around them, morphing him into Zero. Another characteristic that separates Zero's from his father's is that when they are not in use they are stored in the Ultra Brace around his or his human hosts/forms left wrist until it is summoned.
- The Ultra Eye was named "The Ultra Task-Mask," or simply "The Task-Mask," in the English dub of Ultraseven on TNT.
- The show Ultraseven was originally going to be named Ultra Eye.
- The Ultra Eye has been stolen by Alien Godola and Alien Magellan in their hopes of turning them into Ultraseven. This was the second time a transformation artifact fell into someone else's hands (the first, in the 1966 Ultraman, having been the Beta Capsule, when it was lost during Ultraman's fight against Gomora) but the first instance where the artifact was intentionally taken from its rightful possessor.
|Showa Items||Beta Capsule | Ultra Eye | Will Power | Ultra Rings | Ultra Badge | Leo Ring | Bright Stick | Beam Flasher|
|Heisei Items||Delta-Plasma Pendant | Will Power | Beta Capsule/Flash Prism | Estraller | Pikari Brush | Spark Lens | Nice Dreamer | Reflasher | Esplender | Agulater | Cosmo Pluck | Just Lancer | Evoltruster | Darkevolver | Max Spark | Mebius Brace | Knight Brace | Ultra Zero Bracelet | Ginga Spark | Dark Spark | Dark Dummy Spark | Gunpad | Ginga Light Spark | Livepad | Victory Lancer | Chibu Spark | X Devizer | Orb Ring|
|Manga Only Items||Zoffy Bracelet | Jack Bracelet | Gorian Belt | Zaji Sword | Drew Bracelet | Flare Coin | Alphonne Pendant | Ars Ring | Mimicry System|