These condoms change color in the presence of an STD, Ep. 208
My name is Stephen Beacham and here's what's happening this week on CNET's Crave vlog
The Hydra smart bottle is not like any water bottle you've ever seen.
It fits snuggly on your bike.
Has LED lights for night riding.
A Bluetooth speaker for rocking out to tunes while riding.
A charging station for device choosing.
It can be used for the nighttime lamp, or a soothing sound effects machine using the Hydra app, and you can drink water out of it.
The Hydra smart bottle is currently raising funds on Kickstarter, recently surpassing its goal.
It can be a yours for a pledge price of $25.
China is one of the most polluted countries in the world.
It is estimated that 500,000 die each year in China due to pollution related illness.
Well to highlight this problem and promote their business at the same time, an air purifier company called [UNKNOWN] produced a video called Breathe Again.
Featuring images of crying children that have been projected onto plumes of smoke-stack pollution in China.
The video ends with a simple message.
Clean the air.
Let the future breathe again.
Lexus released a video this week of what they claim is a working hoverboard.
In the video, we see a guy approaching a hoverboard which seems to be smoking.
As he's stepping onto the board, the video cuts.
According to Lexus, the hoverboard uses magnetic levitation technology floating on high powered magnets and semiconductors Which are cooled by liquid nitrogen, which explains the smoke coming out of the board.
Lexus plans to release more information about the hover board on October 21st of this year, the same year and day that Marty McFly went Back to the Future in the sequel to the hit movie Back to the Future.
You mean we're in the future?
A group of teenagers has created a condom, that changes colors when it comes in contact with pathogens that could potentially cause the sexually transmitted infection.
3 teenagers, 2 of them ages 14, and one age 13.
Who are students at the Isaac Newton academy in London.
Have invented a condom called the S.T.Eye.
According to the inventors, the condom will turn green for chlamydia, yellow for herpes, and blue for syphilis.
The team took home the top prize in the Future of Health category at this year's TeenTech awards in the UK.
One of the inventors Daanyaal Ali said in a statement that they wanted to make a condom that would make detecting harmful STDs To be safer than ever before so that people can take immediate action in the privacy of their own homes.
Without the invasive procedures at the Doctor's.
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