Handheld Scanner Describes The Chemical Make-Up Of Any Object

technology

Molecular sensor can help profile the physical objects all around us.

Ross Brooks
  • 1 may 2014

If you’re in search of a better way to figure out the molecular makeup up your food, then you might be interested in SCiO, a handheld molecular analyzer that pairs with your smartphone and costs just $149. Developed by Consumer Physics, the company is offering a much more user-friendly option than the spectrometers found in labs that normally cost thousands of dollars.

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