It is created klipsa on smartphone, capable to measure arterial pressure

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Scientists Californian university to San Diego (United States of America) created the inexpensive device nozzle on smartphone which allows to measure the arterial pressure of his owner. About it reports New Atlas portal. The gadget received the name BPClip — it is executed in a look clip-on earrings which fastens on smartphone. It can be unpacked on the 3D - the printer, and production such nozzle will cost only 80 cents apiece. BPClip settles down on smartphone so that the opening in the device appeared over a chamber lens, and the light guide closed flash. After that the user needs to press...