Have you ever wish of having more than 20/20 vision? How it feels to see better than normal? If yes, then rise and shine, this Ocumetics Bionic Lens will give you what you wished for.

For a half century, ophthalmic surgeons have envisioned an intraocular lens capable of restoring eyesight at all distances. OcumeticsTM Technology Corporation was founded to achieve this goal. Employing state-of-the art materials and production techniques, OcumeticsTM Technology Corporation is in the process of developing a highly advanced intraocular lens, one that is capable of restoring clear vision at all distances, without glasses or contact lenses, and without the visual quality problems that have plagued current accommodative and multifocal intraocular lens designs. (ocumetics.com)

The Bionic Lens has continued to garner international interest and left many anxiously requesting further information. Recently, its founder, Dr. Garth Webb of Ocumetics Technology, was kind enough to spend some time with me to provide an update, having just reached another milestone amongst a multitude of engineering design improvements. (eyedesignoptometry.com)

It can enhance our normal vision beyond 20/20. Its development have shown the ability of this lens to achieve superior vision in normally-sighted eyes. And with this, it is possible to restore eyesight back to normal or beyond. At this point, Dr. Webb anticipates that human studies will begin in a few months later. It will be done with initial clinical trials at accredited research facilities throughout Canada, US, and Europe. These trials will involve patients with cataracts who otherwise have ‘healthy’ eyes.

Bionic Lens might just gonna be a starting point of some big changes for human’s biological history in the future.

It seems that day by day, our scientific and technology development have become more and more like it came out of Sci-Fi movies. Let’s just say for example: smartphones, AI, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Smart Contact Lens, etc.

In the medical world, artificial technologies have become quite common, especially on the world leading countries like China, Japan, USA, etc. It’s more likely to say that most artificial technologies are medical technologies too. For example, the use of Bionic Lens to treat eyesight problems or illness, like cataracts and such. It might not be entirely perfect yet, but we can expect it to be able to help us in the future.

At this point on, I can expect there will be at least a bionic human in the future. Just hope that it won’t lead to some apocalypse or something like in some of those Sci-Fi movies.

Current Updates

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I’ll be adding future updates of it here directly from ocumetics.com.