World’s first bionic eye to fully restore vision in blind people!
Scientists all across the world have been researching to find a solution to cure for the blindness for many decades. Though some bionic solutions have been developed, yet it could not help blind individuals to see. The team at the Monash University of Australia has claimed to have developed the world's first bionic eye to restore vision in blind people fully. They have built a system through which people who suffer blindness in any form would be able to see again. They are optimistic that the system will work allowing signals to be transmitted from the retina by bypassing the optic nerves which got damaged.
A custom-designed headgear with the camera and wireless transmitter installed inside is to be worn by the user. Successful results were seen in sheep with minimum side effects. The researchers have now decided
to conduct first-ever human clinical trial likely to be conducted in Melbourne.