IRVINE, Calif., June 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- EP Global Communications, Inc. (Public OTC: EPGL) announced today that it is working to build the first successful "Augmented Reality" contact lenses with a coalition of mobile app providers and at least one major mobile network service provider. "Your smart phone will be
EPGL is Leading Giants
For nearly three years, EPGL has been developing technologies with the world's top ophthalmic companies to create flexible electronic circuitry for real contact lenses that can be safely worn by people. EPGL is the first and only company thus far to show public photos of its proven technology at www.epglmed.com. This electronic circuitry is the foundation for the new coming market of augmented vision applications in contact lenses.
EPGL now has several ophthalmic patents pending and recently filed patent for a new optical display system within silicone hydrogel contact lenses which it plans to be the foundation for several applications in augmented vision. The first of the patents is expected to be given an allowance very soon and major companies are already acquiring rights to EPGL technologies.
A Major Announcement Tonight
EPGL will hold a live conference call tonight at 9PM EST. A major announcement by EPGL will be made on the call. Everyone is invited to attend by calling 605-475-4000, Code 475116#
About EP Global Communications, Inc. EP Global Communications, Inc. is an advanced technology research and development company for both medical devices and consumer electronics devices specializing in microelectronic mechanical systems (MEMS).
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