contact lense.jpgIPNews® – Google’s expansion into wearable technology has delved even deeper, as a recently filed patent indicates its plans for a futuristic camera-equipped contact lens.

The purported camera technology would be controlled by a person’s eye movements, such as a gaze or blinking patters, and would be housed in a material no thicker than a traditional contact lens.  The surfacing of this most recent patent filing comes on the heels of Google’s release of its Glass product, which is currently being sold for $1,500 a pair.  To continue reading, click:  New Patent Filings Suggest Google May Have its Sights Set on Smart Contacts