1.Retina Implant Instantly Turns Text Into Braille
Researchers developed a way to allow traditional text to be viewed as Braille letters, using a retinal implant. This might make it easier for patients to read and understand than traditional text. Learn more: http://on.mash.to/Wz11dY
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It was another exciting week in tech, with lots of cutting-edge, inspiring innovations and a double dose of great gadgets.
We got our hands on the cheapest tablet on the market, but is it world-changing? We also had a chance to review the astounding Samsung Galaxy Camera, which is poised to change the market of point-and-shoot cameras forever. According to our tech channel editor Pete Pachal, the Galaxy Camera "is just an incredible device."
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But this week was characterized especially by unusual inventions, like a smart baby sock that alerts parents if the kid stops breathing, or a retina implant that turns text into Braille in an instant. There's even a groundbreaking project that turns a light bulb into an augmented reality system.
Meanwhile, our senior tech analyst Christina Warren wrapped up her "Living with Lumia" experiment, sharing her impressions of Nokia's Windows 8 Phone.
For those stories and more, check out this week's Top 10 Tech gallery above.
This story originally published on Mashable here.