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+ - Fitness bracelet with blood spectrometer->

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disputationist (1324927) writes "Airo Heath claims that their wristband AIRO will be able to measure calories and nutritional content of food ingest using an embedded spectrometer : "As your body breaks the food down, the sensor can detect the amount of light that passes through the blood based on green, red and infrared patterns." The press release does not say how precise the device is, but in a comment the CEO says it "compares favorably to nutrition labels for about 8/10 of the foods we’ve tested". Does this seem plausible for a $150 wristband?"
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Fitness bracelet with blood spectrometer

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