Google makes cool stuff. There’s self-driving cars, that funky street view camera, and those experimental glasses anyone will be able to buy for one day only tomorrow, April 15th. Yet for every product that comes out, there’s another in the pipeline that may or may not ever see the light of day. Last month we learned of a patent application for a pair of smart contact lenses that would process blinks as input for wearable devices.
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Google Patent Application Details Micro Camera Embedded In Smart Contact Lenses That Could Improve Vision, Aid The Blind, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.