Sony smart contact lens – The patent for Sony’s “smart” contact lens contains great technology,
such as the ability to record and replay images, and store it internally, And even autofocus on objects.
The engineers of the Japanese company “Sony” obtained a patent certificate for an eye contact lens
implanted in a video camera recording everything that sees the human eye.
A Glimpse of the future with Sony smart contact lens
Our memories are not highly credible,
as we remember things differently from how they actually happened.
But imagine that contact lenses are microscopic cameras,
You record and store everything you see, and even replay it before your eyes.
Would you like to keep a precious memory forever, as the first time you saw your future partner,
Or the birth of your child,
Or even an official event ?
You may be able to do this soon. Imagine how this would change the criminal justice system,
which relies on eyewitnesses who give unreliable memories, it is an interesting concept,
A little terrifying, the prestigious Sony company has entered into a game that includes big players,
With The tip of the eye
A key component of the new contact lens technology is that camera records “know”
when you deliberately blink your eye, compared to the normal involuntary end,
Where these deliberate movements activate the mechanisms of the camera.
As the patent states, “The usual period of eye blinking is known to be from 0.2 to 0.4 seconds,
Thus it can be said that if the time of the tip of the eye exceeds 0.5 seconds,
This movement is a deliberate movement and is different from the normal (unconscious) movement.
Another exciting development is that Sony smart contact lens record images on an internal storage device
It is a significant improvement compared to other designs, such as Samsung lenses,
which transmit images to an external device, and this development provides easier
and faster access to your records. Lenses will also include a range of sophisticated technologies,
Where you will use the electro-sensors that convert the mechanical energy – pressure, force, etc.
into electrical energy; thus eye movements will be read by these sensors
and used to activate the camera or recordings,
The lens will be powered by electromagnetic induction,
where a slight electrical current will be generated by moving a vector across a magnetic field.
The camera will be able to adapt to the user’s eye tilt, and use autofocus for blurring images,
This technology is still now theoretical and in its beginnings,
but with the efforts made by many major technology companies to develop
and register the necessary hardware patents, we can look forward to seeing these “smart” lenses very soon.