Google Glass perhaps didn’t receive the earth-shattering response the company – and world – had expected. However, a proposal that Samsung appears to have in the works could be the augmented reality wearable tech everybody is holding out for, with a tiny display, a camera, an antenna, and several sensors that detect movement and the most basic form of input using your eyes:
The display projects images directly into the eye of the wearer. An external device, a smartphone, is needed for processing.
It looks like the Korean tech giant has been thinking about creating the world’s first “smart” contact lenses, able to take photographs with the blink of an eye, technology blog Sammobile reports.
It has come to light interesting patent That tells of a lens with built-in camera That would be developed by Samsung. This week, the patent office in South Korea will just give Samsung a patent That is called “method of manufacture and operation of smart contact lenses for augmented reality”
Which Summarized is a pair of lenses That Would Have a screen, a camera, antenna and various sensors. The sensors would be responsible for detecting movement of the eye and eyelid, This would serve as an input method for activating features, for example, only take pictures flashing Could or activate the screen to see what They are related to our eyes seeing content. VIA – Aban Tech