At first I was all like: my worst nightmare. And then I read this from Alyssa Bereznak:

The technology could potentially allow Google to shrink its wearable face computer — known as Google Glass — into the size of a single contact lens. Rather than be controlled by voice, those wearing the contacts would command their device through, as Patent Bolt analyzes it, “a sophisticated system” of “unique blinking patterns.” In other words, people wearing these contacts may look even weirder than people in Google Glass.

Ever wonder what could make you more stupid than the figure eight iPhone compass calibration dance? I’d argue “unique blinking patterns” pretty much takes the cake.

Posted by Ben Brooks