MIT Develops Microchip for the Eye, Helps People to See

By: Brian G Randles - Published: Sep 25, 2009   Updated: Jul 6 2011 • References: newlaunches & gizmodo
MIT researchers are developing an eyeball microchip that adheres to an eye to revive sight. The device could begin human trials within the next few years.

The eyeball microchip, which could theoretically allow blind people to see, is made to be placed on the outside of the eye and would help people who are visually impaired navigate around walls, recognize a face and just make normal tasks easier.

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