Groundbreaking Bionic Eye System Restores Lost Vision With Retina Chip

Move over Col. Steve Austin!

Clinical trials of a pair of smartglasses designed to help legally blind people to see again are currently taking place in the United States. The breakthrough glasses feature an embedded camera, which beams visual information to a microchip implanted in the wearer’s retina.

 

Clinical trials of a pair of smartglasses designed to help legally blind people to see and read letters again are currently taking place in two cities in the United States.

Source: Groundbreaking Bionic Eye System Restores Lost Vision With Retina Chip | Digital Trends

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