Google patents show plans for smart contact lenses

Patents filed by Google ($GOOG) have shown how the smart contact lenses it is developing will fit on the eye and communicate with other devices, Mashable reports. The patents show a standard looking contact lens incorporating two antennas, one for power, one for communication. Details of the project emerged in January when Google revealed it was talking to FDA about using the lenses to monitor glucose levels. News

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