You don't have to stick sensors inside people to see what's killing them - but just how much can you find out with nothing more than a breath of air and a teardrop or two? Quite far, according to Professor Chris Lowe, of Cambridge University, who has been using glucose-detecting contact lenses to demonstrate how our tears show …
How's that tricorder X-prize doing?
Sorry, it's a too-lazy-to-google Monday.
There has been an X-prize announced for anyone who can make non-invasive diagnostic device that behaves and looks like a tricorder.
If the contact lenses 'change colour based on the glucose level in tears', why would you need 'a webcam or similar' to monitor them?
Wouldn't the wearer notice?
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