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A new Google patent covers work being done on Wearable Heads-Up Displays (Glasses) that Safely use Laser Lights to protect a user's eyes

Yesterday the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Google that relates to Wearable Heads-Up Displays (WHUDs) that use laser light to form a display and to minimization of risk of laser accidents while using the WHUD.

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