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In fact, kid and a fun day in the sun go hand in hand. But you need toddler sunglasses to protect their eyes. In an online store you will get to see different types and different brands of sunglasses. Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsIt is actively working on self driving cars , balloons that can beam down the Internet to developing countries, and even ways of improving space exploration.Now a new patent , filed on April 28, shows it is looking to launch a high tech lens implant that will be INJECTED directly into the eyeball, to permanently correct your vision or give you supersight.It a move that could revolutionise the vision correction industry while also rendering traditional contact lenses obsolete within years.The device would be injected in a fluid that would then solidify and attach to the eye “lens capsule” the transparent membrane surrounding the lens.The patent made by Google’s parent company Alphabet this week states that any such injection would take place, “following the removal of the natural lens from the lens capsule”.It here the venture begins to resemble a science fiction movie.The device contains tiny components including a hard drive, sensors, radio, battery and the electronic lens itself.According to the plans, the lens would derive power “wirelessly” from an “energy harvesting antenna”.(Image: United States Patent and Trademark Office)Meanwhile it thought the device will be able to “communicate” with another external computer via radio waves, while an external “interface device” does the computing necessary for the lens to be able to alter how you see the world.Most importantly of all, it promises complete “vision clarity”.While Google is remaining tight lipped on the development, UK experts say the technology is not just feasible, it’s “inevitable”.World leading laser eye surgeon Dr David Allamby says biotechnology based injectable implants, as well as recent stem cell breakthroughs, will completely change the way the world looks at vision problems.Dr Allamby, founder of London’s Focus Clinic, says: “This new injectable computer driven lens from Google might sound like something dreamed up by the fictional Systems in the Terminator franchise, but it’s actually very, very achievable.”In fact, it’s inevitable that this so called technology will be having real world applications within eight or ten years.”The eye is particularly suited to surgical implants. There’s no blood vessels in your eye lens, which means unlike other pieces of tech implanted into humans there’s little chance of the body rejecting it.”It’s a very exciting development and one which surgeons across the world will be keeping close tabs on.”It not the first time Google has unveiled technology to help overhaul your peepers.In 2014 it began work on the Contact Lens a wearable piece of tech which monitors your glucose levels in order to detect signs of diabetes, while also acting as an early warning device to signal the onset of glaucoma.Google previously announced a smart contact lens that can monitor your glucose levelsThis particular lens now falls within Alphabet ‘Verily’ life sciences division and is still being perfected.Meanwhile the race to invent a state of the art contact lens is being run by a host of competitors.Last week, Sony filed a patent for a wearable contact lens that is able to record and play video, making it a direct competitor to the “Google Glass” virtual reality spectacles, which appear to be stuck in development hell at present..