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Sealed with Dogecoin Sony’s Smart Contact Lenses are reality - You are able to Record What You See and Relive the most exciting moments of your life

Our memories are fallible things. We remember something one way; but the reality can be quite different.

But imagine contact lenses that are also tiny cameras, recording and storing whatever you see, and even playing it back before your very eyes. What was really said at last week’s meeting? Play it back and see. Want to cherish forever some treasured moment—when you first saw your future spouse, or the birth of a child, or some other formative event? You may be able to soon.

And it gets better. Imagine how it might change the criminal justice system, with such infallible eyewitnesses. Grandpa has an incredible Bigfoot, ghost, or UFO story? Maybe all three? Let’s see the playback, Gramps; let’s see the proof.

It’s an intriguing concept, and a little frightening. And now, Sony is muscling its way into a game that already boasts such heavyweight players as Google and Samsung. The company has filed a patent for a “smart” contact lens—and it’s pretty cool stuff.

The Blink of the Eye

A key component of the new contact lens technology is that the camera recorders “know” when you’re deliberately blinking, as opposed to the natural, involuntary blinks; these deliberate motions activate the mechanisms of the camera.

The patent claims: “It is known that a time period of usual blinking is usually 0.2 seconds to 0.4 seconds, and therefore it can be said that, in the case where the time period of blinking exceeds 0.5 seconds, the blinking is conscious blinking that is different from usual blinking (unconscious blinking).”

What happens when you fall asleep? Rest your eyes for a few seconds? There are issues to be worked out, certainly, but it’s still a fascinating concept.

Another exciting development is that the lenses record images to an internal storage device—a big improvement over other designs, such as Samsung’s, which would transmit images to an external device. It means you can easily and quickly access your recordings.

The lenses will feature a suite of sophisticated technologies. They’ll use piezoelectric sensors, which convert mechanical energy—pressure, force, etc.—into electrical energy; eye movements, therefore, will be read by these sensors and used to activate the camera or recordings. Power will be supplied by electromagnetic induction, in which a slight electrical current is produced by moving a conductor through a magnetic field.

It’ll even be able to adjust for the tilt of a user’s eye, and use autofocus for blurry images. The technology is all very theoretical and avant-garde right now, but with so many tech companies scrambling to develop and patent the necessary devices, we can probably look forward to seeing these “smart” lenses very soon.


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Sealed in 24 May 2019 23:46:02
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Nažalost je sve ovo bila istina. Ali s vedrije strane nočas si mogla spavati. Nema na čemu. :)

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Hey, I hope you are doing well and am a Pokemon master. Do you have a shiny Mewtwo? That would be awesome, but scary because of the tremendous power inside. Did you order a pizza extra cheese, low sauce, Little Caesars?

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Sealed with Dogecoin All Streetlights in Las Vegas Strip are using Kinetic Tiles foot power

Las Vegas is getting some new streetlights, and they will be powered by your feet.

A New York-based startup, called EnGoPlanet, has built four streetlights at a Vegas intersection that will be powered entirely by renewable energy. During the day, the lights will run on solar energy. But at night, they will be powered by the kinetic energy of all the people walking by them.

The Vegas streetlights are a trial of the company's new "kinetic tiles," which convert footsteps to electrical energy. According to the company, each step generates "from 4 to 8 watts" of power. It's not clear how many footsteps would be required to power their streetlights.

Each streetlight also doubles as a Wi-Fi hotspot and charging station, and comes with a suite of atmospheric and environmental sensors. They also come with built-in surveillance cameras, which may carry potential privacy concerns.

EnGoPlanet is not the first company to build kinetic-powered streetlights; another startup called Pavegen hooked up kinetic tiles in Heathrow airport and at the 2014 World Cup. However, EnGoPlanet is the first to connect their kinetic tiles to their own streetlights.

If the Vegas trial goes well, the company plans a large-scale installation, perhaps on the Vegas strip or in New York City parks. Which means that foot-powered lights—and their surveillance cameras—might be coming to your city soon.


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