【沙滩美女看过来:比基尼教你怎么防晒】

【沙滩美女看过来:比基尼教你怎么防晒】又到了该去海边“浪的季节了,怕晒伤怎么办?法国一公司推出了一款内置传感器的智能比基尼,能实时监测温度,用户首先在手机app输入自己的皮肤类型,当比基尼认为再晒下去,皮肤将受伤的时候,就会给你发送警报,提醒你该找阴凉地儿躲躲啦~ 2 The smart BIKINI that stops you getting sunburnt: Temperature sensor tells you when it's time to seek some shade
  • A French company has revealed its 'Connected Bikini'
  • It includes an embeddable sensor that monitors the temperature
  • The user inputs their skin type into an Android or iOS smartphone app
  • This then sends an alert when they have spent too much time in the sun 
As summer arrives for most of us the threat of getting sunburnt, or worse, from spending too much time outside is ever-present. So in an effort to, a French company has released a bikini with an embedded sensor that warns you when you've spent too much time in the sun. 3 The sensor will send an alert to your phone when it thinks you’ve been out long enough, giving you time to cover up before any lasting effects occur. The so-called 'bikini connecté' (The Connected Bikini) was designed by the company Spinali Design in Mulhouse, eastern France. ‘The project came from an off-the-cuff remark after seeing people looking like lobsters still in the sun,’ head of Spinali Design Marie Spinali told The Telegraph. Each bikini, which can be custom made according to the buyer’s specifications, costs from €149 (£108, $167). At the front of the bikini is a small clasp where the thin sensor can be attached. The sensor is removable and also waterproof, so there are no problems taking it in the sea with you at the beach. To get started, users need to input their skin type into the accompanying app, which is available for iOS and Android. During the day, the sensor will then monitor the temperature, and sends a message to the user’s smartphone when it thinks they may be in danger. A special 'Valentines' version sends a message to a partner, so they can apply suncream instead. A beach towel with the same sensor is also on sale for €99 (£72, $111). The bikini was launched in May, and is now available to purchase from the company's website. The company is also developing a child’s version that warns when they are more than 164ft (50 metres) away, set for release in June 2015. In March, scientists unveiled a bracelet that changes colour when the wearer is close to getting burnt. They can then pack up and head back to their hotel, safe in the knowledge they haven’t overdone it in the sun. The single-use bracelets are designed to be worn with sunscreen and could be on sale in time for next year’s summer holidays. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3120300/The-smart-BIKINI-stops-getting-sunburnt-Temperature-sensor-tells-s-time-seek-shade.html#ixzz3coDZito1
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