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watching tv via contacts

No, as a matter of fact, I wouldn't watch TV on my contact lenses

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 10th 2009 3:32PM
CBS logoJust when most of the country wants to buy a giant HDTV for their living room comes the smallest TV of all, and it fits in your eye.

Well, not the TV itself. It's not as if Toshiba made a tiny metal and plastic television and you shove it in your eye, but researchers at the Future Laboratory (which will probably be a new show on CBS this fall, right after Criminal Minds) say that the future of television lies in contact lenses. That's right, television you watch via a contact lens on your eye, powered by body heat and maybe a wave of your hand to change the channels. According to the people at FL, like a real contact lens, you'll put it on in the morning and take it out before you go to bed. Unless, of course, you're like a lot of people and you watch TV in bed. If you fall asleep in these, are the dreams more awesome?

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