"Researchers have invented an intraocular implant that projects light directly onto the retina, bypassing the damaged cornea, as an alternative approach for treating corneal opacity. The device captures light via an external camera and then wirelessly sends data to an intraocular microdisplay. 
"The intraocular projector can restore vision in people blinded by corneal opacity, possibly providing a more accessible solution to those who may not be ideal candidates for cornea transplants or keratoprosthesis."