Sensor that fits on a user's thumbnail could prevent skin cancer by warning them when they are getting too much sun exposure



A sensor worn on the thumbnail could prevent skin cancer by alerting wearers when they are getting too much sun exposure.
The battery-free UV Sense device detects radiation from the sun and changes colour to show how high levels are.
By measuring how long a wearer has been outside, the device, which is less than 2mm thick and 9mm in diameter, encourages users to reapply sun cream when scanned by a user's smartphone.
UV Sense, which launched in the US last week, is due to be available in the UK in 2019. Its price is unclear.
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8 January 2018 in Health, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail
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