Smartphones are good for a lot of things, and have replaced a number of gadgets that would be too bulky to carry around. Sensordrone takes that to the next level, by allowing your smartphone to measure temperature, sniff for gases, humidity and even check your blood alcohol level.
The device is small enough to fit on your keychain and contains a ton of sensors for just about anything you can think of. It can be used to measure various gases, such as carbon monoxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, methane, propane, and alcohol, as well as temperature (non-contact via infrared), humidity, pressure (air, blood etc.), proximity (fluid level, stud finder etc.), as well as color and light levels.
In other words, the Sensordrone is a Swiss Army Knife of environmental input. The developers currently have six applications for their device, including a breathalyzer with an intoxication meter, an infrared thermometer that can, among other things, help you make the perfect cup of coffee, as well as an application that helps you achieve the perfect humidity level in your refrigerator’s vegetable drawer.
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