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Bionic Contact Lenses

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Jasmine Ng

on 30 October 2012

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Transcript of Bionic Contact Lenses

An Excerpt from Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code The Reality of Bionic Contacts Current Problems Compare-Contrast Artemis Fowl and Reality Potential Uses "Holly removed a contact lense from a jar of fluid. 'This thing is a marvel. We've got high resolution, digital quality, recordable picture with several filter options, including magnification and thermal'" (171 Colfer). Lack of Storage
Health and Safety Concerns
Exposing eyes to circuitry
AR becoming a distraction - Military: HUD, teamwork + disaster response
- Medical: biosensors (diabetics), surgeries
- Industry: training tool (Arvika)
- Consumer: MANY
double tasking (driving, biking, flying)
video games
recording Bionic Contact Lenses Changing the way we see The World Works Cited http://hplusmagazine.com/2009/11/20/micro-machines-and-opto-electronics-contact-lense/







http://clearancebinreview.com/2012/02/03/dr-geek-6-million-contact-lens-marrying-cybernetics-augmented-reality/ Bionic Contact Lenses in Science Fiction:
Artemis Fowl's Iris Cam - Artemis Fowl :
The Eternity Code by Eoin Colfer
- Basic plot:
Irish boy genius works with fairies
to prevent world domination by an evil businessman Wait, Fairies?!?! Fantasy
Elements of science fiction
Neutrino Blaster
Mechanical Wings
Shuttlecraft - Iris-cams used by LEP agents/allies in the field to feed information to HQ - Doctor Babak Parviz at Univeristy of Washington, 2008 study
- Microfabrication
- Biosensors
- Heads up display (HUD)
- Augmented Reality (AR) Source: http://hplusmagazine.com/2009/11/20/micro-machines-and-opto-electronics-contact-lense/ Source: http://hplusmagazine.com/2009/11/20/micro-machines-and-opto-electronics-contact-lense/ Artemis Fowl - high resolution imaging
- records and sends data to HQ instantly
- magnifies images
- thermal vision
- sparks and stings a bit when uses its features
- power source not mentioned, potentially nuclear - unnoticeable by anyone else; matches eye color
- LED lights uses in display
- biosensors
- worn by rabbits Dr. Parviz's Study - so far: 1 red LED light
- tested only on rabbits
- doesn't seem uncomfortable to said rabbits
- power source: radio waves + solar power
- potential goal: HUD and AR Which is more mind-boggling?
The imagination of the author or our capabilities in reality? Source: http://www.digitaltrends.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Next-Gen-Contact-Lens-Detail.jpg
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