Forget Google Glass, the team at Google now want direct access to your eyeballs. But - wait for it - it's for a good cause.
The new eyewear won't let you check your emails or film unsuspecting passersby but, if you're diabetic, it may just save your life.
Google's gadget includes a sensor to detect the glucose levels via your tears, IGN reports.
A test is taken once every second and results passed via a tiny wireless chip to another device, such as your mobile.
The ingenious idea has already undergone clinical trials and Google is already planning a future version that will include miniature warning LEDs - these will activate if a user's blood sugar levels become too high.
One in 10 people worldwide will suffer from some form of diabetes by 2035, research indicates, making this (if cheap enough) a potentially life-saving device.