As we all know that the tech giant Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products and recently Google has lodged a new patent which reveals a new vision-correcting electronic device.
Soon Google Will Launch Smart Lenses For Your Eyes
The competition among technology and new media companies is often characterized as a fight for eyeballs and it seems that Google is taking the challenge rather literally. Recently Google has lodged a new patent which reveals a new vision-correcting electronic device, and Google wants to inject the device into your eyes as to correct the poor vision.
As we all know that the tech giant Google is researching on more than one type of electronic contact lenses and this isn’t the first time we are seeing Google focusing on the eyes. So, recently a new patent logged by the tech giant Google which has revealed that the tech giant Google is willing to take its research to the next level so that the tech giant Google can cure humans.
As described in the patent, “The planned device […] contains a number of tiny components: storage, sensors, radio, battery and an electronic lens. The eyeball device gets power wirelessly from an “energy-harvesting antenna”. The patent also describes what looks like an external device to interface with the eyeball computer. The two will communicate through a radio and the “interface device” contains the processor to do the necessary computing”.
So, it means the device will be a smart vision correction system, which will be complete with sensors and wireless communication capabilities, that would help focus light onto the eye’s retina and the device will carry a number of tiny components including storage, sensors, radio, battery and an electronic lens, which will allow you to see through a cyborg vision.
How the device will work?
A fluid would be injected into the capsule, just after the surgically removing the person’s lens from the lens capsule of his or her eye and this fluid would act as a glue, which will allow the operator to attach the “intra-ocular device” to the lens capsule. Now the fluid would harden to create a coupling between the lens capsule and the intra-ocular device which will correct the wearer’s vision. A sensor would be there on the device which will sense when the wearer is trying to see something far away or close, hence it will let that wearer or person do so with complete visual clarity.