According to Mojo Vision, smart contact lenses can be used in a variety of situations.
Mojo Vision announced the creation, in her words, of “the world’s first true smart contact lens” – Mojo Lens. Mojo Lens has a built-in display that “gives people the useful and timely information they want,” without forcing them to look down at the screen and be distracted from other people and the world around them. Mojo calls this concept “invisible computing” – a platform that allows you to “receive instant, unobtrusive and accessible information without the help of hands and allows people to more freely and sincerely interact with each other.”
The company has already received patents critical to the development of smart contact lenses with augmented reality (AR). Mojo Vision is currently demonstrating a working prototype of the device, clarifying that the lenses are still at the research and development stage and are not available for sale.
The lenses use the smallest display in the world with a record pixel density of 14,000 pixels per inch, the world’s most energy-efficient image sensor optimized for computer vision, an RF interface and motion sensors to track eye movement and image stabilization.
According to Mojo Vision, smart contact lenses can be used in a variety of situations – both at consumers and in enterprises. In addition, the company plans to develop an option designed to help people with low vision. Mojo Lens has no commercial availability dates.