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Will ‘Contact-Lens Computing’ Become Mainstream Within Five Years?

A recent report from Skyscanner, a UK-based metasearch site, predicts that ”Wearable technology will evolve from the recently launched Google Glass to a mobile device so small that it will fit onto a contact lens and can provide immediate translations, breaking down language barriers.” Dr. Ian Yeoman, associate professor of Tourism Futures at Victoria University of Wellington, similarly said: “Within five years, everything that Google Glass can do now will be available on a contact lens.”

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