in zoom function

February 13, 2015 6:51 PM

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in zoom function

The contact lens is really two lenses in one -- one lens for seeing the world as it is, another to magnify one's surroundings by a factor of three. A single wink (the blink of one eye), will trigger the switch back and forth between the two lenses. In order for the unique function to work, the user must couple the contact lenses with a special pair of electronic glasses.

The glasses recognize winks, while ignoring blinking. A wink triggers the glasses to filter and concentrate light through the telescopic portion of the contact lenses, enabling instant magnification of what lies in the forefront of the user's field of vision. Magnification is triggered with the righ...

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