From Newsweek’s This is Your Future: “Babak Parviz [University of Washington professor] and his team foresee the day when we’ll be able to download any movie, song, website or piece of information and watch it on a tiny LCD display right on the eye’s surface.
The technology, now in its earliest stages, calls for the addition of a microlens that focuses pixels of light directly onto the retina. The final image would appear to float in front of your nose.”
Not interested. Unless it includes x-ray vision.

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