Fifteen-Minute Surgery Replaces Glasses
The device works like a pinhole camera, blocking the amount of peripheral light that enters the eye and focusing the wearer’s vision, The Independent reports:
"The inlay is inserted into the patient’s eye by slicing opening the cornea – the transparent front of the eye – with a laser. Similar, rival products including the Raindrop implant, are currently undergoing medical trials before they become widely available."
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