This is going to be one of those next generation and advanced technologies that will be giving new hope to anyone who is suffering from shortsightedness. The giant tech company has already filed a patent for backing a particular way of “injecting a fluid into a lens capsule of an eye, wherein a natural lens of the eye has been removed from the lens capsule.”
Carrying the idea to the next level
We have always known that Google has been constantly working to find an alternate electronic contact lens; however, the latest patent revealed yesterday shows, Google is fully prepared to carry its idea to the next level!
The idea is to cure the short-sightedness disability among us by replacing the biologically weaker lenses with Google-made ones, which have tiny chips manipulating through minute computers.
The planned device […] contains a number of tiny components: storage, sensors, radio, battery and an electronic lens. The eyeball device gets power wirelessly from an “energy harvesting antenna.” The patent describes what looks like an external device to interface with the eyeball computer. The two will communicate through a radio and the ”interface device” contains the processor to do the necessary computing.
How it works
One must remember that the patented method and description of the whole process are restricted for the weak-hearted individuals even though it has the capacity to heal millions.
All the included items available are injected into the eyes in the form of the liquid, which turns solid after a while of injection. It immediately starts to operate like any other ordinary lens shifting its shape to help in focusing.
Lastly, an external device must be carried for algorithmic purposes like sending instructions to the AI lens you have placed. If you have anything to add, feel free to comment.