Babak Parviz

TIME Magazine's Best Inventions of 2008: #24 Bionic Contacts

The University of Washington's Babak Parviz has created a prototype "bionic" contact lens that creates a display over the wearer's visual field, so images, maps, data, etc., appear to float in midair. The lens works using tiny LEDs, which are powered by solar cells, and a radio-frequency receiver >>>



and what is a pride to Iranian.

by hajiagha on


If every one left Iran and work for ajnabi.

under racism like in Canada wash the dishes , clean the washroom,

I do not told any one about my invention ideas when I back in Iran Iranian  military will be surprise,  have all this ideas free, I am sick to live in Canada under discrminiation like slaves, what you now about

do you know this contact lens can be part of the problems with ????security, we are using only %1 of are tallent or brain

missile and smart rocket?

there is no way to stop the this rocket after fly from truck or on own base because have intelligence  self defence system ????

smart intelligence land mind, ideas

smart solders. training and equipment, spy and...

ideas car engine run by air

ideas skating for disable

ideas after ideas I have who care in canada  no one

100 an ideas about any things you want. Iranian are smart if they have room to play

lets go back support mullahs make money get married have better life


Another Sharif University

by Sasan (not verified) on

Another Sharif University graduate. This show our best minds are leaving Iran.

Jahanshah Javid


by Jahanshah Javid on

Absolutely wonderful. Congrats and thank you for making this world a better place.


One more Iranian making us proud

by پیام on

Good job and keep on inventing my fellow Iranian.