New Screen Technology Paves Way For Digital Contact Lenses



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Imagine having an ultra high-resolution display built directly into a pair of contact lenses.

This could be the future of digital displays thanks to scientists at Oxford University, who have adapted a material currently used to store data on DVDs and transformed it into a radical new display technology…
Read more: abc.net.au

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