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The injection would improve its owners vision – and also give them access to extra powers
Google is working on a computer that can be injected into people’s eyeballs.
A new patent filing shows plans for a device that would stick into people’s eyes and correct their sight, but also provide extra powers. Though the technology in the patent may never actually be released, it is another example of Google’s apparent interest in getting computers onto and into people’s eyes.
The injectable machine would be put just behind the visible part of the eye, focusing light so that it can correct poor vision.
It would also include storage, a radio and lenses, the patent says. It would power all of that using an energy-gathering antenna. That antenna would allow it to connect to another device outside of the eye that would help it process information.
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I guess I'm not forward-thinking. Don't think my mind would have ever thought the words "computer injected into eyeball."