InWith shows smart soft electronic contact lens.
At CES 2022, InWith Corporation (Private) will demonstrate what could be the most advanced platform for seeing the coming Metaverse: an electronic soft contact lens platform built for the masses to wear comfortably, allowing for seamless transitions from the physical world to the Metaverse. InWith expects to receive FDA Breakthrough Clearance this year and to launch the futuristic contact lenses in the next months. “Tunable vision” via mobile device and “augmented vision” with mobile device control will be the initial uses of the technology. These industries have been described as multibillion-dollar markets in and of themselves, but the ultimate use may be completely immersive Metaverse viewing, which provides users with a superlight, practically imperceptible mechanism to switch between real-world and Metaverse viewing.
Industry experts have projected that the upcoming bigger Metaverse market could be worth a Trillion Dollars. The InWith technology, which will be on show at CES 2022, is a configuration that will allow developers to embed augmented vision display chip applications into any soft hydrogel contact lens that millions of people use every day. So far, InWith is the only firm to publicly demonstrate its capacity to incorporate component circuitry with current, soft contact lens materials. InWith is currently collaborating with top Fortune 50 firms to secure and launch the first feasible iterations of this technology in the market in 2022, backed by hundreds of patents.
By letting the materials expand and contract naturally during the manufacturing process, InWith has pioneered and patented important methodologies for integrating solid components and circuits into hydrogel materials. Multiple developers will be able to construct displays and ophthalmic enhancement apps for contact lenses and intraocular lenses, which are already used by millions of people every day, thanks to this innovation. InWith technology provides an electronic revolution for the future of eyesight and ophthalmic capabilities, connected and tunable with mobile devices, from the latest AR/XR Metaverse visual applications to offering greater sight to patients who suffer from Myopia or Presbyopia.