Google contact lenses helps Diabetics

This morning, Google released that they are working on a contact lens that will help diabetics with the uncomfortable routine of taking glucose levels. Fit with tiny wireless chips and glucose sensors sandwiched between two lenses, they are able to measure blood sugar levels once per second. Google is working on putting LED lights inside the lenses that would flash when those levels are too low or high. Aside from that it will also give your eyes that added hazel glow that’s just ALL the rage. Read more about the contacts over at CNN.

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