An eye that’s so flexible, flexible enough to fit almost anywhere, and that can actually be used in almost any situation is coming to India.
The company behind the eye, a company called Mylan, says it’s the world’s first bionic eye.
The eye, which is made of silicon and a metal called Kevlar, can move with the movements of an eye and is designed to be used as a prescription eyeglass for people with low vision, and as a way to help prevent vision loss.
It has a sensor inside it that can sense a user’s position in the world and use that to determine which eye is being used.
It also allows for a prescription to be sent to the right eye to help with eye surgery, or a prescription sent to one eye to see a person’s eyesight.
The device is still in the early stages of development, but it’s expected to be available by the end of next year, Mylan CEO Heather Bresch said at the company’s annual shareholders meeting in New York on Monday.
Bresch didn’t give a price for the device, but said it would be $3,000 to $5,000 per lens.
This is the first bionics-based eye, but the company is also working on other types of artificial eyes and eyes for vision therapy, she said.
Bresh told the crowd of shareholders that the company also plans to sell a device that can diagnose the difference between a person with and without macular degeneration, a progressive degenerative eye disease.
“There’s no cure for macular,” she said, but patients with macular can benefit from the technology, and it could help in their recovery.
The technology could also be useful for people who are at risk of developing macular.
It could allow them to wear sunglasses for hours at a time to help reduce the risk of the eye becoming infected with corneal maculopathy, a serious disease caused by a virus, according to the Mayo Clinic.
A similar device called Myriad is currently under development for people ages 12 and older, and is being tested in more than 200,000 people, Bresshesaid.
As of this year, more than 2 million people had received Myriad, she added.