Sony has come up with intelligent contact lenses capable of recording and playing video – all
with the blink of an eye. The Tokyo-based firm filed a patent application, published earlier this
month, revealing how the smart lenses would use movements of the eyelids to activate various
Included in these designs are cameras, a wireless processing unit and a storage unit. This means
the lenses could store their own video – unlike Samsung's smart lenses patented earlier this
month, which rely on a Smartphone.
Technological and Social media specialist Nile Nickel uses his expertise to elaborate on this
new technology and how it looks to rival other brands as well.
In an interview, Nile Nickel can discuss withyou the following questions:
How can something as small as a contact lens be able to record video?
Will this technology eventually replace the reliance put on smart phones?
How does this differ from Samsung’s most recent contact lens technology?
What are some of the other advancements that may be coming in the near future?
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