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Why don't humans have orange or golden eyes?
Animal eyes come in varieties that people simply lack. Owls have golden eyes and cats can have yellow or orange eyes. So who not people?
Eyes of the Super Soldier: Keys To Compassion or Post-Human Cruelty?
Many sci-fi authors are debating issues surrounding the so-called "super soldier." By "super soldier," sci-fi authors simply mean soldiers who are equipped with the powers of modern technology. Since sci-fi authors are always looking into the future, some are concerned about how the ideals of the... Read more
UK Residents Are Getting Free Treats with Eye Care Lesson
Residents in the British towns of Sudbury and Haverhill have been getting spoiled lately. Many opticians in these towns were handing out free smoothies, juices, and fresh greens to many people passing by. What's the catch? All the folks that stopped for a treat just had to listen to a bit of... Read more
Apple Announces Partnership With EPGL To Create Revolutionary Augmented Reality App
EPGL, a medical supply company headquartered in Irvine, CA, is well known for its innovative contact lens designs. The team at EPGL is always on the quest to create the best technological solutions for today's vision problems. Recently, EPGL has been working with tech giant Apple to create... Read more
Patients with Ocular Melanoma Have a New Treatment Option
The medical community is very hopeful that they have found a cure for a somewhat rare form of cancer known as ocular melanoma (OM). OM affects thousands of people annually and has no official treatment strategy as of yet.
Orbit Reader 20 Set To Revolutionize the Portable Braille Display Market
Members of the UK's Royal National Institute of Blind People's (RNIB) are very excited to announce the release of a brand new portable Braille device. News of this device was officially circulated by the RNIB at Europe's annual Techshare conference.
New Technology Helps Stroke Survivors Regain Their Vision and Their Confidence
A brand new therapy is showing great promise for helping people who have visual problems due to brain injuries. The treatment method is called NeuroEyeCoach. This program was recently tested by scientists at Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, the University of Verona, and the University of... Read more
New Radar Helps Visually Impaired and is Set To Revolutionize Various Industries
Researchers at Scotland's University of Saint Andrews have just developed a new sensor that may revolutionize many different sectors very soon. This radar-based system, which is called RadarCat, currently shows an uncanny ability to distinguish different objects. A video of the RadarCat's... Read more
New Nanotech Scanners In Contact Lenses May Help Diabetes Patients In The Future
Scientists are looking into new ways to keep track of blood glucose levels by using the very latest in nanotechnology. This kind of technology could potentially help the over 400 million diabetes patients around the world keep better track of their blood sugar levels. Specifically, researchers... Read more
Snap Unveils Eye-Popping Camera Spectacles
Snapchat, now known as simply Snap, has introduced an intriguing new device: a pair of sunglasses with a camera built in.
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