According to some sources, multiple research organizations have reportedly been developing a micro-based material which could be used to revolutionize the computer industry with the development of smart contact lenses.
One of the companies working towards this goal is Samsung, and it has allocated two of its departments to the research and development of a contact lens micro-computer.
Sony says they’re getting ready to ship two drool-inducing new toys. The first is a new addition to its compact NEX series, the NEX-5R, equipped with wifi, an ultra-quick (according to Sony), hybrid phase-detection/contrast detection autofocus system and — here’s where it gets really interesting — the ability to download specialized apps.
The second is Sony’s entry into the exploding action-cam market; the aptly named Action Cam is a really tiny, 3-ounce (with battery) video camera that comes with a variety of outdoor-enthusiast mounting options and the ability to use a smartphone’s screen as a viewfinder.