Printing of wirelessly rechargeable solid-state supercapacitors for soft, smart contact lenses with continuous operations
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- Printing of wirelessly rechargeable solid-state supercapacitors for soft, smart contact lenses with continuous operations
- Park, Jihun; Ahn, David B.; Kim, Joohee; Cha, Eunkyung; Bae, Byeong-Soo; Lee, Sang-Young; Park, Jang-Ung
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- AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE
- SCIENCE ADVANCES, v.5, no.12, pp.eaay0764
- Recent advances in smart contact lenses are essential to the realization of medical applications and vision imaging for augmented reality through wireless communication systems. However, previous research on smart contact lenses has been driven by a wired system or wireless power transfer with temporal and spatial restrictions, which can limit their continuous use and require energy storage devices. Also, the rigidity, heat, and large sizes of conventional batteries are not suitable for the soft, smart contact lens. Here, we describe a human pilot trial of a soft, smart contact lens with a wirelessly rechargeable, solid-state supercapacitor for continuous operation. After printing the supercapacitor, all device components (antenna, rectifier, and light-emitting diode) are fully integrated with stretchable structures for this soft lens without obstructing vision. The good reliability against thermal and electromagnetic radiations and the results of the in vivo tests provide the substantial promise of future smart contact lenses.
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