Log in with Facebook
Log in with Twitter
must read articles
Second Sight News
Images sent directly to the retina help blind patient read
Scientists have used retinal implants to help blind people read braille. The Argus II device, used in 50 patients, helped one blind patient see projected patterns and letters for the first time by sending images directly to the retina of the eye.
Search Digital Journal Archives
Set up a news alert for
Second Sight Image
Retinal implant helps blind patient read text with images sent directly to the retina instead of through a camera.
Search for ancient Teotihuacan king's tomb takes mercurial twist
Over half of U.S. frozen shrimp contaminated with bacteria
NBA Rumors: Rajon Rondo headed to LA Lakers?
Wladimir Klitschko wins unanimous decision over Bryant Jennings
'Batman' theater gunman to go on trial
Beijing 'poised to take de facto control' of S. China Sea'
Op-Ed: Why Manny Pacquiao will go for early KO win against Mayweather
A city on the edge: Tensions boil over death of Freddie Gray
Swedish hostages held by Syrian jihadists return home
Gay marriage in the U.S.: Facts
Chase Bryant to tour this summer, releases new single to radio
Two protestors shot dead in Burundi clashes
Tecate buys $5.6 million sponsorship in Mayweather-Pacquiao fight
LA Dodgers News and Rumors: Alex Guerrero on trade block?
Survivors' tales from Everest avalanche horror
Islamic State or Al-Qaeda? Somalia's Shebab mulls future
Leaderboard & Achievements
Investors & Partners
Board of Advisers
Help & Support
Frequently Asked Questions
Code of Conduct
Digital Journal Mobile
Global Press Releases
copyright © 2015
| powered by