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Smart lenses

All existing gadgets (smart watches, telephones, fitness trackers, etc.) are united according to their functions and features in a single device. Besides, such a device has additional functions: it can transmit images to the retina of the user and scents. The work of this single communication device eventually becomes dependent only on the energy of the human body and does not require any additional chargers. The unified communication device is implanted in the form of a chip in the human body, pockets are no longer needed.

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M. Faheem But no one knows the future but ALLAH (SWT). We can only predict and our prediction can be wrong.
23 Sep 2021
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M. Faheem One part of this looking unreal. "Energy" one. Because humans body's energy phenomenon is not that simple to use it. So it can take more time you are thinking.
23 Sep 2021
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cold frost contact lenses break sometime and get old or dirty/infected and could cause health complications and it would get warm on your eyes that wouldn't feel too good. but glasses would make more sense since we already have the tech. The glasses we have now shine light in your eye so only you could see the screen and on your ears it sends vibrations that you hear which allows you to watch videos and all sorts with out others even knowing all we need now its better batteries that last longer and faster smaller computers.
08 Jul 2021
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YAĞIZ kahraman bu kadar yakından kimse ekranda ne yazdığını anlayamaz küçük bir ekrana bu kadar büyük bir teknoloji sığmaz ve çoğu insan bunu almaz bence akıllı gözlük daha mantıklı
24 Jun 2020
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homer it's look like Mojo lens, i igree with your prediction. it will be possible before 2040.
15 May 2020
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daahveid permanent GPS
29 Mar 2020
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homer daahveid, Like your smartphone.
15 May 2020