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Google tests contact lens with glucose meter for diabetics

01/17, 10:32am

Lens serves as early warning

Google has announced that one of its [x] project teams is currently testing an experimental contact lens that integrates a glucose meter for diabetics. A tiny wireless chip and a miniature glucose sensor are embedded between two layers of soft lens material, generating blood-sugar readings once per second. Engineers are said to be exploring how to integrate tiny LED lights to serve as an additional indicator when glucose levels pass above or below a certain threshold.

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