Scientists in Geneva have recently introduced a new line of futuristic contact lenses that allow one to switch between magnified focus to normal field view with a number of winks and eye gestures.
The first version, previously released in 2013 has been improved upon to service and to better provide clear eyesight to those who have low vision and macular degeneration. The new model holds a lot of promise to its new users as it integrates new and better features.
The contact lens, made by Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland works with a rigid but breathable contact lens in partner with smart glasses that is operated with winks and is programmed to ignore the blinks. This advanced contraption couples the use of technological and biological advancement.
This will be uncovered at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in San Jose, California.
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