Sunday, March 11, 2012

Computer Contacts can display data on your eyes- CAPTIONS!

The opportunity to jab yourself in the eye with a tiny computer display is one step closer, thanks to the ongoing work with opto-electronic contact lenses taking place at the University of Washington in Seattle. The lab there has been showing off the latest prototype, the handiwork of Dr. Babak Parviz: a semi-transparent array – including an LED – embedded into a contact lens that receives 330 microwatts of power wirelessly from a nearby RF transmitter. Parviz has been using the prototypes to display biosensor feedback about the wearer’s vital signs, but they’ll eventually serve as a heads-up display for displaying other data.
WE CAN CAPTION WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING! JUST HOOK UP THE COMPUTER CONTACT PORTABLE TRANSCIBER THAT WILL TRANSLATE ENGLISH TO ENGLISH. This way you can read what people are saying, but it all depends on the accuracy of the transcriber as well as the clarity of speech.