Proof Wearable Tracks Your Blood Alcohol Level
Posted on January 7, 2017
A company named Milo Sensors has launched a wearable that can track your blood alcohol level. The track uses a wristband and disposable cartridges. Cartridges connect to the wristband with a magnet.The disposable cartridge can track your blood alcohol level for up to 12 hours. Milo says its cartridge system analyzes perspired alcohol to calculate the wearer's current alcohol level. The bracelet has an LED and vibration alerts for pre-selected BAC levels.
An app is available for the Proof wearable that provides data and analysis. The app offers preset alerts so you can be notified when you reach a specific blood alcohol level. It also provides charts and a sobriety countdown.
Techcrunch reports that the BAC tracker is expected to be released this year. It will cost between $100 and $150.