Argus II: Partial Vision For The Blind

Pam Belluck, The New York Times:

The artificial retina is a sheet of electrodes implanted in the eye. The patient is also given glasses with an attached camera and a portable video processor. This system, called Argus II, allows visual signals to bypass the damaged portion of the retina and be transmitted to the brain.

Argus II is made by Second Sight Medical Products.