Eye-controlled data glasses
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Reading is becoming completely hand-free with the OLED data glasses, which display digital documents on the lenses.
The lenses of the glasses consist of OLED pixels and photodiodes. The OLED pixels form a digital document that seems to be about 3.3 feet in front of the wearer, while document-controlling eye movements are interpreted by the photodiodes. The user can switch their focus from the task at hand to the document by looking toward the horizon, and can turn the document's pages by looking at arrows on the image. A linked computer is required to process the data and send the document.
The glasses are intended for people such as mechanics and surgeons, who could benefit from hands-free document control.