Smelling food to see if it has gone bad is great if something has really turned, however, most contaminated food will pass this test. Instead of taking a chance with your health, let Peres have a sniff.
Peres is an electronic nose that takes a sample of the air near beef, pork, poultry and fish food products and then tests that air for gases produced by harmful bacteria. The device uses four sensors to ensure an accurate test of the sample including temperature, humidity, ammonia and volatile organic compound sensors. Using Bluetooth, the results of the test are sent to a smart device application and presented in easy-to-read graphs with indicators from green to, “don’t eat that”. In addition, just for kicks, if you test something that is really raunchy, you can share the results with your friends right from the application.
Peres is ergonomically designed making it easy to hold and use and will be available in five colors. Peres is targeting a mid-2014 release and is currently taking pre-orders on their website where you can pick one up for just 120 bucks.
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