Scio scans food to tell you what to put in your mouth
Watching what you eat suddenly got a little bit easier.
This is a molecular sensor called Scio.
It is build into a changhong hq phone and it is a sensor that scans materials for their nutritional value.
Fruits, vegetables, alcohol and of course Pills and medicines.
So it is a near infrared spectrometer, it's a sensor and light source.
And it shines a light onto the object, penetrates the material, and then the molecules send back the light in different ways in order to work out what the nutritional value is.
That information if processed in the cloud, And present it to you in an app.
There are three apps that come on the phone.
You can either look at produce.
You can look at the composition of medicines to work out if something is real or something is fake.
And you can also use a body fat analysis tool.
It's based on a handheld sensor that is currently available for $250.
We don't have pricing yet for this phone, but it'll be coming out in China in the first half of 2017 and the US later on this year.
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