Google's elegant contact lenses now went from idea to realism

                                                                                             

The contact lens venture was single of Google's "moon shot" projects, parting small conviction that it would always move from perception to actuality. Then Healthcare Corporation Novartis stepped in to license the technology so it might one day be commercialized, and the ball actually got undulating. Now, as announced by Alphabet President and Google co-founder Sergey Brin, that assignment will be graduating from the Google X lab along with the Life Sciences team.

Eye can see clearly now

The smart contact lenses track your glucose levels and send that information to a appliance wirelessly, making the job of monitoring sugar levels far easier.

The Life Sciences team has been accountable for other projects too, with a cardiac monitor and the Baseline Study. They'll carry on the work with further life sciences companies to move new technologies from untimely stages R&D to medical testing and, confidently transform the way they detect, avoid, and handle diseases.


Google's elegant contact lenses now went from idea to realism

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