Nowadays smartphones are becoming much like humans. They can now do all those things, which could be done only by humans. Now these smartphone can even see (camera) hear (phone) and feel (gyro/accelerometer). But as always, technology will evolve into something much greater than today. Well the time has come for it. Now you can use your iPhone to detect the alcohol reading in your blood. Don’t believe it? Here are the details:
Finally, the world’s first and the smallest smartphone breathalyzer is here. Now you can easily detect the content of alcohol in your blood. As the name says, the Breathometer is the smallest device that simply connects to your iPhone’s 3.5mm audio jack and simply tells you what’s in your blood. You don’t have to download any other app or Cydia tweak for this device. All you need to do is just exhale on the given place and the readings will automatically appear on your iPhone.
According to the developers of Breathometer, the prototype of this incredible device has already grab the attention of people all across the globe and is highly appreciated. But the company is expecting much more and wants to raise $25,000. But before bringing the original product to the market, the company might add some other interesting features to it, like “a push of a button cab service.”
The company says that Breathometer is an ideal device for accurately measuring the BAC (Blood Alcohol Content), this device will not only work in the tech world but will also be a great helper is medical fields as well. This Breathometer also reduces the risks of accidents and makes driving much safer and better.
Now the question is when we can have this truly incredible device? Well, the pre-orders for Breathometer have already started and the device will be available next year, in the January of 2014. The expected price of this Breathometer is only about $20 but after adding some more features, this might be available from a range of $50 to $500.
The CEO of Breathometer said
Breathometer wasn’t created just to address the risks associated with drinking and driving,” said Charles Michael Yim, Founder & CEO of Breathometer. “but to help people, their friends and family, all to make smart and safer choices when consuming alcohol. Real time BAC measurement is the first step.”
This means that now the size is getting smaller but the efficiency is increasing. Till now this is device is only available for iOS but soon it will also be available for Android too.