posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 04:29 AM
reply to post by Indigent
My guess is they will soon also start sneaking in cameras into those contact lenses. Using the static energy it uses from radio waves , it will then
broadcast radio waves into your phone allowing them to know where you are, what your doing, what your looking at , who you are talking with. Then
cross referencing that data into facial recognition software, they could then locate suspected criminals who like to fly under the radar.
Also these lenses could also be furbished into speakers. Using the small air pocket between your eye and the lens as a buffer to receive movement then
transferred into radio waves again sneakily into your phone allowing them to not only see what your are doing but also hear what you are doing.
I don't trust any products google comes out with. As 90% of them collect data that is then stored for their convenience.
Great idea that "can" save lives. But I just don't see the practicality of it. Lancing is pain free and takes about 30 seconds, why would you spend a
couple grand on contacts that save you 30 seconds of time?
P.s. Another thought, if this product becomes a success who Is to say that they won't start making contacts that are for optical reasons. They could
make contacts that all you need to do is download a friendly google ap that allows you to sync them to your phone allowing you to create custom colors
depending on your mood. A great "front" to back up what I said above.
Just my 2 cents
edit on 17-1-2014 by TheLotLizard because: (no reason given)