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09.02.2017

Hubble's Hugo “eyeball” May Change How We Think Of The "Smart Home"

One interesting device at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year was Hubble's Hugo. Although Hugo can be used as a security camera, most of the people who tested out this... Read more


08.02.2017

Fridge Blindness Is Real, But Men Can Overcome It

Most men know that bewildering feeling of standing in front of an open fridge and painstakingly searching for one simple item, all, of course, to no avail. Then, after a few minutes of searching all of the refrigerator's drawers, a female companion invariably shows up and finds said item in a few... Read more


07.02.2017

CooperVision Announces New Contact Lenses For Computer Vision Syndrome

Contact lens manufacturer CooperVision has just announced its new contact lenses made specifically for those who have to stare at computers everyday for work. These contacts, called Biofinity Energys, were designed to help people... Read more


07.02.2017

BAE Systems Developing High-Tech Contact Lenses For Soldiers

One powerful multinational defense company is now developing a pair of contact lenses it believes will enormously help soldiers on the battlefields of tomorrow. Using the latest innovations in augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), these contact lenses will be able to help soldiers see... Read more


06.02.2017

A Major Pakistani Hospital Successfully Performs Cornea Surgery

Ophthalmologists at Pakistan's Lahore General Hospital (LGH) are now celebrating a cornea surgery that successfully restored sight to a 12-year old blind patient. According to a report from... Read more


06.02.2017

Video Games Help Visually Impaired Children Strengthen Peripheral Vision

A brand new study suggests that playing video games may actually have health benefits for children with visual disabilities. These video games worked especially well with children who had problems with peripheral vision.

This study looked at visually impaired children who played certain... Read more


03.02.2017

U.K. Scientists Use Contact Lens Material To Make Electric Car Batteries More Efficient

One of the main turnoffs for the electric car is how long it takes to recharge the battery. Petrol based cars are simply cheaper, quicker, and more convenient. However, this situation might change dramatically in the ensuing years.

It might sound too good to be true, but a few researchers... Read more


02.02.2017

Sony Releases Video Showing Off Smart Video Contact Lens Technology

A brand new video was released by Sony showing off the company's smart contact lens technology. The main feature people are interested in with these contact lenses is the ability to control a... Read more


01.02.2017

Researches Test Efficacy of Gene Therapy For Blindness on Mice and Non-Human Primates

Science's understanding of genetics is growing by the day. Today, many geneticists want to use their knowledge to create gene therapy-based treatments for patients with a genetic predisposition to blindness.

As most people are probably aware, scientists can't simply test a drug on human... Read more


31.01.2017

Oxford University Now Using A Dutch Robotic Assistant For Eye Surgery

A brand new robotic surgical assistant from the Netherlands is being used in the U.K. for eye surgery. This robot, known as the Preceyes surgical system (PSS) is now in trial runs at the prestigious University of... Read more


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