A still from an animation showing the implant’s placement. Image courtesy of Second Sight Medical Products

ASU engineer helping develop brain implant to help the blind to see

Implant could help people without a retina see.

March 24, 2017

Designed for people without a retina, the device would be implanted directly on the visual cortex. Because the cortex is much larger than a retina, the developers are hoping to achieve a better, more detailed result. Image courtesy of Second Sight Medical Products

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