contact lenses

Hubble Contacts raises $7.2 million to deliver disposable lenses direct to consumers

At least 30 million people wear contact lenses in the U.S., but somehow, less than one-third of this population wears daily disposable lenses, which are deemed the most hygienic and healthiest option

Google Patents Tiny Cameras Embedded In Contact Lenses

Google has a new patent application with the USPTO (via 9to5Google), which takes one of the basic concepts of Glass and extends it even further, embedding tiny cameras that could be embedded in contac

They have developed electronic contact lenses!

<img src="" />Electronic contact lenses? Sure, why not? Developed by researchers at the University of Washington at Seattle, the lenses a

Within 10 years, we'll have TV inside our contact lenses

<img src="" />You've seen that <a HREF="">commercial for Hulu</a>, right? The one with Alec Bal

The contact revolution will be electronicized (and lubricated)

I have bad vision. Not super bad, but bad enough that I should probably have contacts (I lost my glasses three years ago). But whenever I see contacts in the wild, they’re dry, scratchy, or forg