Bionic Lenses

Bionic Contact Lens Displays Have Gone Up to Eight Pixels Resolution

Incorporating heads up displays inside contact lenses could profoundly change we perceive the reality and interact with each other.So far, the research team led by doctor Parviz are on the very early stage of developing true bionic lens display. Powered and controlled by radio waves from the device below, the single pixel display is visible as blue dot located right in the middle of the lens. Recently, the team has gone up to eight pixels and was able to reproduce symbols. In order to solve the issue of focus, however, research team must figure out how to deal with moving eye ball.Michio Kaku is firmly convinced that within twenty years the internet will be in our contact lens, "We will simply blink, and we will be online", he says, "we will always know who we are talking to". So, what the world look like behind a computer screen in your eye. Maybe something like this...

References: The Economist, University of Washington, M.I.T, Babak Parviz, Joseph Ciolino and Daniel Kohane.