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Eyelid Under-ads

Sell advertising space under your eyelids
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This is an array of micro LEDs implanted under the eyelid so that the user can contract with Google and Amazon for a life of non-sleep- impairing advertising intersticed with flurries of Amazon purchases. You would basically just sign your life over to them and let them experiment with your ad-imbibing-capability and correlatory purchasing capability. And they could use all of your data.

In return they would provide a apartment-feeding-tube- spouse-hygienic-unit and allow you several hours a day of uninterrupted face booking, on an apple device.

JesusHChrist, Jan 16 2014

Google Suppository http://www.computer..._smart_contact_lens
[JesusHChrist, Jan 17 2014]


       And the award for "Product Most Likely To Require Primal Scream Therapy" goes to...
FlyingToaster, Jan 16 2014

       If your primal scream causes you to close your eyes we could serve you ads during your therapy session.
JesusHChrist, Jan 16 2014

       There should be some persistence of vision thing going on here. I guess it would be a flash during the blink and the product placement image would then slowly fade from the visual field through persistence of vision.
JesusHChrist, Jan 16 2014

xandram, Jan 16 2014

       Why am I the only person voting for this one?
pocmloc, Jan 16 2014

       Why? Because you're the only one who knows about how much better you feel when you take Centrum Silver with Selenium! Now in smaller, easier-to- swallow GelCaps!
RayfordSteele, Jan 16 2014

       Well, you may as well sell the other side also, and place decals with adverts on your eyelids while they are closed. Blinking during conversation pays royalties.
normzone, Jan 16 2014


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