Headlines Self-Correcting Contact Lenses Just Took One Step Closer to Reality Published 7 years ago on March 18, 2016 By INVISION Staff Share Tweet New research focuses on design for tiny sensors in lenses. A new study has advanced an early concept for self-correcting contact lenses aimed at helping folks with presbyopia, Discovery News writes. The article says the latest research focuses on a design for “tiny sensors that can acquire images under low-light conditions” that’s basically an attempt to mimic the light-gathering capabilities of the retina of the elephant nose fish. (You read that right.) “It’s a very challenging project,” says Hongrui Jiang, an engineering professor at the University of Wisconsin who published the study. “You need to get tunable lenses, a power supply to drive the lens and the electronics, and everything needs to be flexible.” He says that developing a working prototype for the technology is still five to 10 years away. Read more at Discovery News Advertisement Related Topics: click to Comment(Comment) Up Next Bad Apple in Your Boutique? Here Are 9 Things to Say to an Unhappy Employee Don't Miss Pearle Vision Store in New York Suddenly Closes Without Warning or Explanation SPONSORED VIDEO Explore New Crizal® Sapphire™ HR lenses on Leonardo Did you know there’s an online course on the new Crizal Sapphire HR lenses available now on Leonardo? With best-in-class learning content, including a wide range of ABO certified CE courses, Leonardo can take your practice’s optical knowledge to the next level. Visit leonardo.essilorluxottica.com today to learn about new Crizal Sapphire HR and take advantage of the 3-month free trial of this innovative online learning platform brought to you by EssilorLuxottica. You may like Promoted Headlines 5 REASONS WHY BIOACETATE S70® IS THE BETTER, GREENER ALTERNATIVE FOR EYEWEAR Explore New Crizal® Sapphire™ HR lenses on Leonardo Essilor Varilux Young Presbyope Testimonial Video Essilor Advertisement Latest Trending Videos Do You Or Don't You12 hours ago 58% of You Offer Health Insurance, the Remainder Don’t Buzz Session12 hours ago We Asked ECPs What Took Them a Surprisingly Long Time to Realize They Were Doing Wrong Benchmarks13 hours ago Check Out These Six Memorably Named Eyecare Businesses Best of the Best13 hours ago Want to Curate a Top-Level Eyewear Collection? Start with the Rep… Headlines20 hours ago Few Retailers Investing in Improving Experiences of Frontline Workers Headlines2 weeks ago Optical Industry Trade Shows and Conferences 2023 Headlines2 weeks ago Georgia Ophthalmologist to Pay $1.85M to Settle Fraud Claims Headlines2 weeks ago Founding Dean Named for Optometry School at High Point University in North Carolina Real Deal3 weeks ago Patients Are Upset About Unexpected Out-of-Pocket Costs. Who’s to Blame? Spexy2 weeks ago 3 Reasons to Purge Stagnant Inventory for the New Year Spexy2 weeks ago 3 Reasons to Purge Stagnant Inventory for the New Year Sponsored Content1 month ago Explore New Crizal® Sapphire™ HR lenses on Leonardo Sponsored Content2 months ago Varilux Young Presbyope Testimonial Video Sponsored Content3 months ago Explore New Crizal® Sapphire™ HR lenses on Leonardo Sponsored Content3 months ago NEW Crizal® Sapphire™ HR No-Glare Lenses Advertisement SubscribeBULLETINS Get the most important news and business ideas for eyecare professionals every weekday from INVISION. Advertisement Advertisement Most Popular Brand Portfolio1 week ago This Attractive Florida Practice Lets Its Brand Do the Marketing Headlines3 days ago Nelly’s Continuous Eye Rolls During Odd Performance in Australia Draw Concern Columns1 week ago What Does the New Google Mean for Your Eyecare Business? Headlines4 days ago Data Incidents Reported at 2 Eyecare Practices Style to Sell!2 days ago You Only Need 5 Minutes to Increase Your Capture Rate! Seriously. Headlines1 week ago Bausch + Lomb Acquires AcuFocus Ophthalmic Medical Device Company Products5 days ago Not So Basic: 9 Patterned Specs and Sun Styles for Something Special John Marvin1 week ago What’s Your Personal Growth Plan for 2023?