Photo credit: Anshuman Kumar via Yanko Design
What if you could check your temperature and get a blood test at home? Introducing OZE by Anshuman Kumar. This handheld device uses infrared technologies to measure temperature and uses a micro LED display to show that information, along with air quality as well as weather. How do infrared thermometers work? The use a lens to focus infrared light from one object onto a detector called a thermopile, which then absorbs the infrared radiation and turns it into heat. This electricity is sent to a detector, which uses it to determine the temperature of whatever it’s pointed at.
Removing the base gives you access to the blood-testing module, which enables one to prick themselves and then and run the blood against a virus database depending on the cartridge loaded. The current setup supports test-kits for many infectious diseases, including COVID-19 and Hantavirus. If you need to test for more than one thing, just pop off the first and then safely load another empty vial and lancet needle.
- Wide Temperature Range: Measure an upgraded temperature range from -58°–1130°F / -50°–610°C and get your result in 500 ms; The display will also show the max temperature of the surface you’re measuring. Perfect heat gun for measuring
- Professional EMS Mode: The Lasergrip 1080 Infrared Thermometer has an emissivity range of 0.1–1.0 for precise readings across different surfaces and conditions; Adjust the emissivity by pressing and holding the Up and down buttons on the heat gun
- Non-Contact: 12:1 D:S, the Lasergrip can accurately measure targets from a distance, making it safer to measure dangerous objects; For the best accuracy, the distance between the thermometer and the object of measurement should be approximately 14.17 in.
The results will also be shown on the same display as your temperature. Best of all, OZE can be wirelessly charged and would work perfectly for places where large groups congregate, such as airpots, sporting events, and concerts.