Graphene device holds promise for night-vision contacts

04/7/2014 | Verge, The

Two layers of graphene bonded together and working at room temperature can detect infrared light, a development that could lead the way to night-vision contact lenses. The technology developed at the University of Michigan requires an electrical current running alongside the graphene and is still confined to the lab. But "[i]f we integrate it with a contact lens or other wearable electronics, it expands your vision," said Zhaohui Zhong, one of the Michigan researchers.

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