You've heard of AR glasses, but this startup wants to make them into contact lenses

One of the biggest challenges for #AR headsets like Microsoft's HoloLens is their bulk. A startup called Mojo Vision wants to make them virtually disappear. [Read More]

Summary… * Machine-Made

That's what Silicon Valley startup Mojo Vision is aiming to let you do, people familiar with the matter say.
Magic Leap, founded in 2011, released its first developer headset, the Magic Leap One, in August and said it's still working on a consumer version that probably won't see the light of day for another year or two.
This technology, called augmented reality (#AR) or mixed reality (MR), lets you play a virtual board game on your coffee table, for example.
The promise of the tech has drawn billions of dollars in investment, with Magic Leap alone raising more than $2.3 billion since its founding.
The tech industry is increasingly looking toward #AR, despite high profile bets by Zuckerberg, Google, HTC, Samsung and others on virtual reality.

Opinion… * Man-Made

#MojoVision is working on contact lenses, instead of a bulky headset or cumbersome glasses, that will one day give you the futuristic Augmented Reality overlay of computer information on the real world. #AR #Trend

Source: Cnet