Nowadays, one of the most innovative subretinal implants is a device from an Italian private company that is able to transform light into an electrical signal that stimulates retinal neurons. The first tests were conducted on rats and were successful. The human tests are planned in the nearest future. Experts believe that the new implants will literally turn the field of treatment of degenerative diseases of the retina. At the same time, the Australian firm Bionic Vision Technologies has developed a new type of epiretinal implant, which has a small external device that will be convenient to carry with you and, most importantly, has a high-quality image. Furthermore, these implants have been successfully tested on humans. That brings me to the end of my presentation. So to sum up I surely need to say that according to statistics, the development and continuous improvement of such implants can reduce the number of people with eye diseases by half in the next 50 years.