Possible Smart Contact Lens That Runs On Solar Power In The Works #SolarPower
Google just received a patent for a solar powered contact and while a patent is never a guarantee anything will come of it, it’s a very cool idea and definitely worth keeping an eye on! via tech insider
The tech giant originally announced its smart contact lens project in 2014 and revealed that it was testing lenses that could measure glucose levels in tears using a tiny wireless chip and a tiny glucose sensor. But the new patent reveals new potential use cases for a smart contact lens.
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