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Meet the smallest computer ever!
posted February 22 2011 21:20.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the smallest computer ever created, a complete millimeter-scale computing system, designed by researcher in the University of Michigan. This prototype is made to be implanted into a human eye, and monitor the internal pressure for signs of glaucoma. It has a built in tiny battery, a consolidated radio and antenna, a pressure sensor, memory, and a rather diminutive processor designed to consume extremely little power. Read more info here.

[Via: popsci]
Tags: pressure   low power   innovations   biotechnology   health & nature   science   sensors   research   inventions   
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