EJK's no-contact thermometer

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Thomas Ricker
January 31st, 2006
EJK's no-contact thermometer

Japanese company EJK has developed a no-contact thermometer. Using infrared rays, the device is able to measure the subject’s body temperature in just 3 seconds to within 0.2 degrees centigrade. And because it’s contactless, the device is said to reduce the risk associated with the spread of disease possible when using traditional thermometers regardless of your, um, preferred orifice. It’s also likely to be loads of fun at your next kegger or for conducting random temperature experiments on other carbon based lifeforms like, say, slugs. The fun is only limited to the extent of your twisted imagination. Will drop tomorrow for about $213. Good times.

 [Via Akihabra News]
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