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Information on human health will be collecting the chips embedded in the teeth
A team of scientists from the National Taiwan University provide Wi-Fi sensor, which subsequently “mounted” in the mouth of man. The first prototype of the sensor collects a 94 percent accuracy all of the information about the daily habits of people like the fact that he eats, drinks, how many times a day, coughing, yawning, said how much smoke and so on.
In the future, the information collected can be sent to your doctor so that he could identify the early signs of a disease in a timely manner and provide the necessary advice. Currently, the sensor can be powered by an external source, but researchers are already working on the creation of an internal power supply. The chips may be mounted either directly at the tooth (or denture), or an external source, such as the same bracket.
In addition, researchers need to finally resolve the issue of its water-resistance and impact resistance, as well as to prevent the possibility of accidental loss or swallowing. In addition, scientists are going to integrate into the support of Bluetooth, which is obtained at the expense of human information will be sent directly to your mobile device doctor. Now fill the information required via Wi-Fi to a dedicated server.
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