Microsoft and the University of Washington are developing contact lenses that can check blood sugar levels and report them wirelessy. See the video. Diabetes

Microsoft and the University of Washington are developing contact lenses that can check blood sugar levels and report them wirelessy. See the video. Diabetes

Slideshow:  What Eye Problems Look Like.  Excellent.  Shows how a scene would look if you have cataracts or other eye problems like glaucoma or even color blindness.

Slideshow: What Eye Problems Look Like. Excellent. Shows how a scene would look if you have cataracts or other eye problems like glaucoma or even color blindness.

Every week Real Simple shares six smart problem-solving products. Here are the 40 most popular gadgets according to our Pinterest followers.

Every week Real Simple shares six smart problem-solving products. Here are the 40 most popular gadgets according to our Pinterest followers.

Awesome Doll Maker! ---> FaeMaker  Making Fantasy Characters in Polymer Clay by oddfae, $25.00

Awesome Doll Maker! ---> FaeMaker Making Fantasy Characters in Polymer Clay by oddfae, $25.00

Every week Real Simple shares six smart problem-solving products. Here are the 40 most popular gadgets according to our Pinterest followers.

Every week Real Simple shares six smart problem-solving products. Here are the 40 most popular gadgets according to our Pinterest followers.

Contact lenses with imprinted electronic circuits and lights for augmented reality display vision are under development by University of Washington scientists. The UW engineers used microscopic scale manufacturing techniques to create a flexible, biologically safe contact lens with imprinted electronic circuits and lights. If used by human beings, a pair of contact lenses with circuits and lights would be the perfect display for augmented reality system. (This one was on a rabbit).

Contact lenses with imprinted electronic circuits and lights for augmented reality display vision are under development by University of Washington scientists. The UW engineers used microscopic scale manufacturing techniques to create a flexible, biologically safe contact lens with imprinted electronic circuits and lights. If used by human beings, a pair of contact lenses with circuits and lights would be the perfect display for augmented reality system. (This one was on a rabbit).

OBVIOUSLY WE ALL NEED THIS -- Loch Ness Kitchen Sightings Are Going to Skyrocket

OBVIOUSLY WE ALL NEED THIS -- Loch Ness Kitchen Sightings Are Going to Skyrocket

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