Of all the startups that showed off their wares at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in recent days, only one — a company called Mojo Vision — has the lofty ambition of wanting to help you see the world, literally, with new eyes. The startup revealed a prototype of its signature smart contact lens product at CES, and on Thursday that product (Mojo Lens) was announced to the world for the first time. Mojo Lens, according to the company, is a smart contact lens with a built-in display that puts timely information like notifications directly in your field of vision without interrupting your focus. Sort of like a tiny version of Google Glass, except you don’t have to look like an uber-nerd, and this product was designed not by a tech giant but in concert with optometrists, technologists, and medical experts. It looks like something out of a sci-fi movie, which belies the fact that Mojo Vision has actually been researching and developing these AR-based smart contact lenses for years — and holds patents related to it going back more than a decade.