With This New Contact Lens: Blink Twice to Zoom

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Would you believe? The Next Web writes:

Scientists from the University of California, San Diego, have created a new robotic soft contact lens that lets you zoom by blinking twice. The lens can be controlled by your eye movements.

Of course, it’s a long way from the lab to commercial production. For now, it’s probably destined for use by spies. Or pilots.

Check It Out: With This New Contact Lens: Blink Twice to Zoom

With This New Contact Lens: Blink Twice to Zoom

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  1. wab95

    I should add, having spent some time at the UCSD campus, La Jolla is lovely, and a break place for scuba diving (Blacks Beach) quite near the campus. Given their push for the sciences, including basic science research, I’m not surprised to see this type of innovation.

  2. wab95

    John:

    I appreciate the nod to Get Smart, with the ‘Would you believe?’

    One can only hope that the zoomable contact lens works better than did the Cone of Silence.

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