HealthWatch: Bacteria in Contact Lenses

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British researchers say lens cleaning solutions may not kill bacteria as effectively as you think. They found a dangerous bacterial strain was able to survive in a popular cleaning solution for over four hours.


Google Eyeing 'Smart' Contact Lenses

Google (GOOG) may be investing in big brands like Ray-Bans ahead of the upcoming Google Glass launch, but new patent filings show the tech giant might one day look to ditch glasses altogether.

According to an amendment to an earlier U.S. Patent Trademark Office application – first spotted by Patent Bolt – Google is designing tiny cameras into its future smart contact lenses that would enable a person to capture the world around them with the blink of an eye.

While Google first unveiled plans for an intelligent contact lens back in March, the update suggests that the Google


Night vision contact lenses may be an eye opening development

We may all have a super hero-like ability in the near future: night vision. Zhaohui  Zhong, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Michigan, told the Independent that contact lenses may someday be able to register “the full infrared spectrum” plus visible and ultraviolet light. In the future there won’t be [...]

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Night-vision contact lenses could be available in the near future

March 18 (UPI) — Currently, it’s mostly just cats, owls, and Navy Seals that can see in the dark, but soon, night-vision technology might be available to the masses. Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed night-vision infrared technology that could potentially be squeezed down to the size of a contact lens. “We can [...]

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Contact Lenses Technologies Market

Transparency Market Research Contact Lenses Technologies Market – Global And China Forecast, Industry Share, Size, Growth And Industry Analysis 2010 – 2017 Albany, New York USA (PRWEB) April 08, 2014 Contact Lenses areSource:

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