A $2.5 million spherical contact lens can be ordered online for just $500.
The product, which is the first in a series of spherical contact contact lenses from the manufacturer, was designed to help people with conditions like diabetes or hypertension who are unable to see through a standard lens.
The company, called Spherical Contact Lens, is based in Palo Alto, California.
A spokesman said the device can accommodate up to 1.5 inches of depth-of-field, and its design uses two layers of polymer to provide a barrier between the eye and the lens.
It can be used for a range of eye conditions, including conditions that affect vision in people with congenital blindness, as well as conditions such as cataracts, diabetes, or hyperopia.
The device, which has been available in the U.S. since 2017, was launched in April by the company.
It sells for about $1,200 and is the company’s first ever.
“We’ve had so many people asking us to design a spherical contact, so it’s really exciting to see this new product made,” said Andrew Fagan, founder and chief operating officer of Spherical, which was founded by former students of Google Ideas and has since expanded to other cities.
“It’s going to be a new market, so we’re really excited to be at the forefront.”
The spherical contact is an entirely new device, but it has already attracted attention from other companies.
Earlier this year, the company announced plans to launch its own product called the spherical contact eye, which features a similar design to its spherical contact.
The eye is meant to allow people to better view a computer screen with a spherical lens.
“When you’re watching your TV or viewing a movie, your eyes aren’t always at the center of the screen,” Fagan said.
“So you can’t focus on the screen with your eyes in the middle.
And so you need to be able to see the whole screen.
So we were looking at a new way to create that.
We think that’s a really powerful tool for people.”
The company hopes to sell the spherical eye at a price point of $1.20 to $1 and has been working with the U