Everyday has begun to being interesting in tech side. Our conventional smartphone cover do some extraordinary things apart from its protection to our touchscreen like a water tester and food treatment.
A 24 year old scientist, Bhaska Mitra, from university of Copenhagen has came up with a prototype that could save lives doing this unaffiliated job.
According to Mistra, his prototype took him more than a year to build with cardboard, UV lamp, blue filter as its basic components. Here you can scan your food with the smartphone’s camera then an in-app tells apart any inappropriable contents when viewed under light darkened environment and blue light. Further steps are taken using the UV lamp to remove an occurring bacteria.
Via : UberGizmo
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