May 1999
New Scientist;05/08/99, Vol. 162 Issue 2185, p15
Presents technology updates for May 8, 1999. The ClipOn Eyeglass Display for surgeons; Artificial eyelid that blinks in a natural way; Ability for travelers on Singapore Airlines to listen to movie soundtracks in full surround sound.


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