Wobble smartphone app is a virtual breathalyser
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It can tell by how someone walks – if they wobble too much – whether they are fit enough to get behind the wheel.
Sensors fitted to smartphones, fitness bands, smart watches and virtual glasses were found to be 100 per cent accurate – on a par with police breathalyser tests.
The app can tell by how someone walks – if they wobble – if they are fit to get behind the wheel
The smart breathalyser was developed by researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel.
Inventor Ben Nassi said: ‘Alcohol distinctly affects movement, gait and balance in ways that can be detected by the built-in motion sensors on devices people carry with them all the time.’
In future, the app could be used to alert people, or even prevent a connected car from starting, in order to stop users driving under the influence.
Viagra på nätet The sensors which can be fitted to phones and smartwatches were found to be as accurate as a police breathalyser test
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