Thursday, July 10, 2014

New Development in Augmented Reality Contact Lenses

"Imagine having an ultra high-resolution display built directly into a pair of contact lenses," reports ABC Science. "This could be the future of digital displays thanks to scientists at Oxford University, who have adapted a material currently used to store data on DVDs and transformed it into a radical new display technology. Writing in Nature today, they say the material could usher in a new generation of displays that are thinner, lighter, with higher resolution and lower power consumption than any existing technology. They could even be mounted on flexible or transparent surfaces, raising the possibility of applications beyond just e-readers and smartphones to things such as car windshields and contact lenses." Read more.

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