Berkeley and MIT Make obsolete eyeglasses with New Display Technology

   The day when you no longer need his glasses to watch TV is imminent, thanks to some very smart people at MIT and Berkeley. 

Researchers have developed a new display technology that corrects vision problems and adjusts the image to fit the bad view of users. 

The technology works by using algorithms that alter one based on prescription eyewear a person, in combination with a light filter located in front of the screen. The algorithm changes the light of each individual pixel and passes through a small hole in the filter, so that each ray of light hits the retina, a clearer picture is created.

The idea is that technology will predict how the eyes of users distort what is on screen and correct beforehand (that glasses usually do), so the image is clear in his eyes.

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