Google is working on a device that can be injected into the eyeball to correct poor vision, Forbes.com reports.
As described in its patent application last week, the device would be injected in fluid that would then solidify to couple it with the eye’s lens capsule, after removing the natural lens. The device would contain tiny storage, sensors, radio, battery and an electronic lens and would get power wirelessly from an “energy harvesting antenna.”
According to the patent, the electronic lens would help to focus light onto the retina.
Other news outlets are reporting that the device, essentially a tiny computer, would also bestow Cyborg-like powers to the recipient.
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