Google’s Contact Lens Camera Could Be Controlled By Blinks

Google’s Contact Lens Camera Could Be Controlled By Blinks
technology

The company has filed a US patent for embedding mini cameras into special eyewear.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 16 april 2014

Google has filed a US patent application to embed micro cameras into special contact lenses.

According to Patent Bolt, the patent describes how wearers will be able to control the camera through a system which uses their blinking patterns. This means they would be able to capture photos of their line of vision.

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