Google develops smart lenses for diabetics

Internet giant Google is working to create unique smart lenses with built-in electronics. This is stated in a message that appeared the other day in the official blog of the company.

It is reported that the unique lenses are designed for people with diabetes. Lenses can measure the sugar level in the wearer's tears. Responsible for this are microscopic sensors and sensors thinner than a human hair. They are embedded between the two layers of a contact lens and are not visible to the naked eye. And additional tiny lights will notify the user of high or low glucose levels.

The developers hope that smart lenses will make life much easier for diabetics and eliminate the need to constantly measure blood sugar levels with traditional glucometers. True, while the lenses from Google are at the development stage and it is too early to talk about their appearance on the market.