Your eyes glow hot pink (because your blood glucose is too high), and your clothes shimmer brightly in the night (because the air pollution is too high).
Jin Zhang, a professor at the University of Western Ontario, is developing contact lenses that change color with the user’s blood sugar level. This could allow diabetics to monitor themselves without frequent blood samples. “
(Via: Contact Lenses That Change Color To Alert Diabetics of Glucose Levels — Neatorama< .)
The Danish design firm Diffus created a dress equipped with LED lights and a carbon dioxide detector that glows as the CO2 level rises. It’s called the Climate Dress:”
(Via Dress Reacts With Lights In Response To Air Quality – Neatorama .)