Israeli Company Develops Pocket-sized Molecular Sensor
Posted on May 18, 2014
An Israeli company has developed a pocket-sized molecular sensor, called Scio, that can be used to identify objects. The data is sent to your smartphone. Scio is currently a Kickstarter project that is well over its $200,000 goal. They have raised $1.6 million.The device analyzes food, plants, medicine and other objects. Here is a list of some of what the company says Scio can do:
- Get nutritional facts about different kinds of food
- GSee how ripe an Avocado is, through the peel!
- GFind out the quality of your cooking oil.
- GKnow the well being of your plants.
- GAnalyze soil or hydroponic solutions.
- GAuthenticate medications or supplements.
- GUpload and tag the spectrum of any material on Earth to our database.