Monday, September 7, 2009
micro-LED contact lens computer screen
There is now a working, yet crude in its resolution contact lens computer monitor that contains a matrix of LEDs to produce the screen information. Apparently, they are wearable for 20 minutes, and contain antennas to transmit the screen data wirelessly from a portable computer. Pictured here is one in an (unwilling yet able) cyber-rabbit's eye used in the prototype testing.