Blink & Shoot
New Contact Lens Cameras From Samsung, Google & Sony  

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Windows to your soul, portals to your data?

We're at the point of being able to take pictures with cameras built directly into  contact lenses

Google, Samsung and Sony are developing a smart contact lens that projects images directly into the wearer's eyeball... and has a built-in camera controlled just by blinking.

                      Close up of new Samsung contact lens camera.

Google's computerized contact lens  camera will take pictures or video of whatever it is you're looking at using a special blink pattern.

The smart lens could offer feedback to a blind person and use facial recognition to identify people in range of the lens.  

The patent describes a display built into the lens that works with the camera to expand peripheral vision, highlight objects and zoom in on distant vistas.

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Google & Novartis

The two companies are working on a smart contact lens incorporating a low power microchip and a nearly invisible, ultra-thin electronic circuit. 

The lens measures diabetics' blood sugar levels directly from tear fluid on the surface of the eyeball. The system sends data to a mobile device to keep the individual informe.

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A key component of the new contact lens technology is that the camera recorders "know" when you're deliberately blinking, as opposed to the natural, involuntary blinks; these deliberate motions activate the mechanisms of the camera.

Smart Contact Lenses + Augmented Reality

Imagine driving with the road lit up blue to show the route you're supposed to be taking. 

Or you could take a stroll in nature and have the option to see each kind of flower annotated so you know what you're seeing. 

You could look at a box or a drawer and see a list of the contents or pass by a restaurant and see the menu. 

The possibilities are endless.

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