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A contact lens with built-in display: science fiction or not?

Herbert De Smet (UGent) , Jelle De Smet (UGent) , Dieter Cuypers (UGent) , Ching-Pao Weng and Pankaj Joshi (UGent)
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Recent progress in microsystems integration technology such as ultra-thin chip packaging, stretchable interconnections, thin-film batteries and organic photovoltaics makes it feasible to incorporate various electronic components and transducers in extremely confined spaces and inside flexible or conformable objects. Can this ultimately lead to a genuine display in a contact lens? The major outstanding issues are reviewed.
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energy harvesters, image formation on retina, contact lens displays, spherically curved electronics, biocompatibility

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MLA
De Smet, Herbert et al. “A Contact Lens with Built-in Display: Science Fiction or Not?” Proceedings of the 33rd International Display Research Conference. Ed. Ian Sage, Graham Weaver, & Alasdair Campbell. London, UK: Society for Information Display (SID), 2013. 8–11. Print.
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De Smet, H., De Smet, J., Cuypers, D., Weng, C.-P., & Joshi, P. (2013). A contact lens with built-in display: science fiction or not? In I. Sage, G. Weaver, & A. Campbell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 33rd International Display Research Conference (pp. 8–11). Presented at the Eurodisplay 2013 : 33rd International Display Research Conference, London, UK: Society for Information Display (SID).
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De Smet, Herbert, Jelle De Smet, Dieter Cuypers, Ching-Pao Weng, and Pankaj Joshi. 2013. “A Contact Lens with Built-in Display: Science Fiction or Not?” In Proceedings of the 33rd International Display Research Conference, ed. Ian Sage, Graham Weaver, and Alasdair Campbell, 8–11. London, UK: Society for Information Display (SID).
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De Smet, Herbert, Jelle De Smet, Dieter Cuypers, Ching-Pao Weng, and Pankaj Joshi. 2013. “A Contact Lens with Built-in Display: Science Fiction or Not?” In Proceedings of the 33rd International Display Research Conference, ed. Ian Sage, Graham Weaver, and Alasdair Campbell, 8–11. London, UK: Society for Information Display (SID).
Vancouver
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De Smet H, De Smet J, Cuypers D, Weng C-P, Joshi P. A contact lens with built-in display: science fiction or not? In: Sage I, Weaver G, Campbell A, editors. Proceedings of the 33rd International Display Research Conference. London, UK: Society for Information Display (SID); 2013. p. 8–11.
IEEE
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H. De Smet, J. De Smet, D. Cuypers, C.-P. Weng, and P. Joshi, “A contact lens with built-in display: science fiction or not?,” in Proceedings of the 33rd International Display Research Conference, London, UK, 2013, pp. 8–11.
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  abstract     = {Recent progress in microsystems integration technology such as ultra-thin chip packaging, stretchable interconnections, thin-film batteries and organic photovoltaics makes it feasible to incorporate various electronic components and transducers in extremely confined spaces and inside flexible or conformable objects. Can this ultimately lead to a genuine display in a contact lens? The major outstanding issues are reviewed.},
  author       = {De Smet, Herbert and De Smet, Jelle and Cuypers, Dieter and Weng, Ching-Pao and Joshi, Pankaj},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 33rd International Display Research Conference},
  editor       = {Sage, Ian and Weaver, Graham and Campbell, Alasdair},
  keywords     = {energy harvesters,image formation on retina,contact lens displays,spherically curved electronics,biocompatibility},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {London, UK},
  pages        = {8--11},
  publisher    = {Society for Information Display (SID)},
  title        = {A contact lens with built-in display: science fiction or not?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/sdtp.3},
  year         = {2013},
}

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