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|Culture & Science - Strange Inventions|
|Friday, 10 August 2012 05:30|
It's a common scenario, you're going to your favorite McDonald's, order a Big Mac and then for some reason happens to lift the lid of the bread, finding yourself with a meat whose texture and appearance do not know if it originally belonged to a cow or a sole. Then you think "It would be great to have a Geiger counter to see if this thing is not radioactive!"
Does not it happened? Honestly to me either, but if so I would definitely have a Lapka me, this is an environmental detector designed for iPhone that can measure levels of purity of where you are or even what you eat.
Lapka works as easily as a minimalist design: Download the app, the pluck and connect one of its three interchangeable modules, each functions as a sensor according to its configuration may be used to detect levels of humidity, electromagnetic fields , how organic is the food on your plate even if there are high levels of radiation in the environment.
The data recorded by the sensor are processed on your iPhone and visualized through flow charts and scans rather abstract catch you report on levels of purity in your environment, so that the reports have guess how complex it is for me not everyone can understand the application unless you read the entire manual and thus not as mainstream ...
In the same way that informs you Lapka also mark what would be the optimal levels of your environment so it is not at risk. Personally I think it's cute idea, but its greatest utility and authentic encounter with the food, to check for fresh vegetables in your meal and have no fertilizer or pesticide residues.
Do you dying to have him do? Keep track of your website , at the end of the year will go on sale the sensor, at a price at this time is not known.
Here is a gallery to contemplate the bizarre toy:
Photos: Trend Hunter