I have a particular interest in the progress of potential artificial eyes or eye-implants. It is wonderful to see that progress is being made.
The device that is the subject of the article linked to above will be a little weird:
"Once implanted, the device protrudes 0.1 to 0.5 millimeter beyond the surface of the pupil but does not touch the corneal endothelium, a layer of cells lining the back of the cornea."
The article suggests that it will be largely invisible to observers. I wonder at what point someone will develop an artificial implant for the eye that improves the eye in some way - and how it will be adopted.
As an aside it's worth pointing out that all things considered, the planet is far richer for the continued success and wellbeing of the United States of America. If China is the workshop of the world, then the USA is the ideas factory of the world.
This mini-eye-telescope-implant device was designed and built in the USA and most of the world's drugs and medical advances also originate from that country.