Contact lenses that allow the wearer to see high-definition virtual screens are to be unveiled in Las Vegas next week.
Dubbed iOptik, the system allows the users to see projected digital information, such as driving directions and video calls.
The tiny ‘screens’, which are the invention of Washington-based group Innovega, sit directly on a users’ eyeballs and work with a pair of lightweight glasses.
- iOptik allows users to see digital data such as directions and video calls
- Tiny ‘screens’ sit directly on users’ eyeballs and work with a pair of glasses
- They provide an experience equal to watching a 240-inch TV at 10ft away
- A working system is due to be revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show