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Submitted by adaviel
adaviel (1189751) writes "Babak Parviz at the University of Washington has created an active contact lens that could be used as a transparent heads-up display, or to continuously monitor blood sugar in people with diabetes. The device is RF-powered so requires no wires — though early models might make the wearer look like the Terminator, with visible circutry around their pupils."
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