As a baby step toward finally being able to wear your computer, researchers at the University of Michigan just completed the first millimeter-scale computing system. The device is designed to be implanted into glaucoma patients' eyes in order to monitor internal pressure. It also comes packed with its own even-smaller radio and battery. Safe and awesome. [University of Michigan via PopSci]
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