Mojo Vision Debuts Latest AR Contact Lens Prototype
Mojo Vision has debuted its most advanced prototype of Mojo Lens, which incorporates what the company calls “numerous industry-first features”—including the world’s smallest and densest dynamic display, low-latency communication, and an eye-controlled user interface.
Mojo Vision says the latest Mojo Lens prototype is a critical milestone its development, testing, and validation process, and is an innovation positioned at the intersection of smartphones, augmented reality (AR)/virtual reality (VR), smart wearables, and healthtech.
Over the past two years, Mojo Vision has also been investing in various software experiences for Mojo Lens. In this new prototype, the company has built foundational operating system code and user experience (UX) components for the first time. The new software will allow for further development and testing of important use cases for consumers and partners.
“Mojo has created advanced foundational technologies and systems that weren’t possible before now. Innovating the new features in the lens is a tremendous amount of work, but successfully bringing them all together into an integrated system in such a small form factor is a considerable achievement in cross-disciplined product development,” said Mike Wiemer, VP of engineering, CTO, and co-founder of Mojo Vision. “We are excited to share our progress and can’t wait to start testing Mojo Lens in real-world scenarios.”
A detailed summary of the features was released today in a blog post from the company.