Sun Effects Booth App Shows a Futuristic Peek of Sunlight Damage to the Face

by Kathy Jones on  August 13, 2012 at 5:42 PM News on IT in Healthcare
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A new app developed by the Queensland government in Australia can reveal how excess sunlight may damage your face in the future.

The free iPhone app Sun Effects Booth highlights the potential ageing and damage done to your skin.
 Sun Effects Booth App Shows a Futuristic Peek of Sunlight Damage to the Face
Sun Effects Booth App Shows a Futuristic Peek of Sunlight Damage to the Face

The app asks a series of questions about how you protect yourself in the sun, including choice of hat, sunscreen and sunglasses, the Courier Mail reported.

It also analyses a photo of your face and gives a prediction of the future.

The technology allows users to check the daily UV Index forecast for their local area.

Queensland Health warns: "Sun protection in Queensland is important all year round as UV levels are consistently above level three, even throughout winter."

Source: ANI

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