Mirror That Detects Flu Developed

by VR Sreeraman on  January 11, 2011 at 4:59 PM Medical Gadgets
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A Japanese technology firm on Tuesday unveiled a mirror-like thermometer that can identify a person who is feverish.
 Mirror That Detects Flu Developed
Mirror That Detects Flu Developed
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"Thermo Mirror," which looks like a table mirror, measures the skin temperature of the person looking into it, without the need for physical contact, said the firm, NEC Avio Infrared Technologies.

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The person's temperature is displayed on the surface, and the device has an alarm that will beep when detecting a subject who is feverish.

With two versions priced at 98,000 yen and 120,000 yen ($1,180-$1,440) each, the product costs less than 10 percent of thermography cameras used at airports to screen for people who might have communicable diseases, the company said.

"We foresee uses at corporate receptions, schools, hospitals and public facilities," NEC Avio said in a statement.

The company said it aimed to sell 5,000 units in one year.

Source: AFP
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InfraREDMed Friday, January 14, 2011

InfraREDMed Co. developed an infrared system for public security that detect hostile behavior [terrorism attack risk] and also do fever screening. See the movie: http://infrablogmed.infraredmed.org/?cat=9

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