Because this time they might actually be tracking something useful, like glucose levels.I'm just curious how it would feel to wear this. I've been wearing soft contacts myself for over 20 years. Comfort will obviously be a big issue. Would be amazing if they manage to bring these to market, especially if they can communicate with a smartphone app.
I know right? Crazy that some people claim to use the in-car OS as the deciding factor of whether or not to buy a vehicle, throwing out fuel economy, safety, styling, performance, etc. Certainly within their right, but very strange indeed.
Mine works really well for the most part, although sometimes the sensor just won't activate it seems. It pulls up the dial pad, and won't attempt to read my thumb print. I can punch in the code and then try it again, and it works fine (and this isn't just after a reboot - I know you have to punch in the code after that). Any new tech is going to have its growing pains. Mine works most of the time, so the times that it doesn't aren't annoying.