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A radioactivity detector to connect on the iPhone 22 August 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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After the recent earthquakes in the Japan, a resident Naomi in Tokyo called designer wants to launch a project that would allow everyone to possess its own radiation detector.

Smart Radiation Detection is a kit that works with three mobile devices to Apple success, namely the iPhone, the iPad, and iPod Touch. It is a device that connects via the 3.5 mm jack input. Geiger tubes (which are the famous Geiger counters) being expensive, the choice of the team of Naomi has taken on a PIN photodiode, less expensive and which would allow a marketing more than reasonable price.

If the device is functional, need to download a specific application on App Store. This application will be free Lite version and will cost $ 5 in Pro version. Thanks to this kit, everyone will be able to detect potentially dangerous areas for their health.

Smart Radiation Detection has been launched on Kickstarter. The funds needed to complete the project are now acquired and the commercialization of the

[via dcellphoneshop]

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