Imagine contact lenses that allow you to see a world full of information and implement your vision.
Science fiction? In two years it could be reality.
The Californian startup Mojo Vision presented a prototype of contact lenses, called “Mojo Lens”, able to superimpose informations relevant to what is around us thanks to the application of augmented reality.
The lenses designed by Mojo Vision, in fact, consist not only of a small built-in display that can be activated with a simple glance, but also of different motion sensors and for image recognition, a wireless module for connection to the network and a micro monochrome display with a resolution of 14000 PPI able to show us various types of information in real time, such as time, weather forecast, messages and notifications from the smartphone or, for athletes, all the parameters detected by the smartwatch.
The intent of Mojo Vision is to arrive at Invisible Computing, a display that doesn’t obstruct reality, but implements it by placing “the screen” directly in contact with our eyes to read information faster.