Google’s New Concept Device Can Be Injected Into Your Eyeball To Improve Vision
We know that various companies are working on different kinds of wearable devices to make people’s life better. In similar series, Google has started working on an electronic device that can be injected directly into eyeballs and replace the lens to improve the vision.
This device has been found in a Google’s patent application published last week. This patent application was filed in 2014 with title ‘Intra-ocular device’.
This electronics device will help in correcting the poor vision by fixing the focusing of light onto the retina. This device will contain its own radio, lens, and storage. it will be powered by wirelessly through an energy-harvesting antenna. So, charging this device is also easy. It can also be connected to a device to process information. This device aims to act permanent set of contact lenses. So, it can be a possible alternative to surgery.
This is not the first time Google has worked on something related to eyes. It was also awarded a patent in 2014 for a Contact lens that measured glucose levels in tears to help people with diabetes.
Few days back, Sony also filed a patent for a contact lens with the built-in camera. Samsung is also working on similar kind of contact lens with camera controlled by the blink of eyes.