THE WORLD'S FIRST SMARTPHONE BREATHALYZER

The World's First Smartphone Breathalyzer
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THE WORLD'S FIRST SMARTPHONE BREATHALYZER



Written by Aisha Nozari
22 Monday 22nd July 2013

24 year old Ben Biron has developed the first ever smartphone breathalyzer.

The device, when attached to your phone, is able to assess BAC (blood alcohol content) by taking into account your age, weight, height and gender.

Biron says he wants to provide people with a 'better idea of how much is too much' and hopes the app will slash drink driving incidents.

The breathalyzer can be ordered here for $75 (around £50). So thanks to Ben you're no longer allowed to have a WKD side.

The only bad thing? It's called 'Alchohoot', probably the all time worst name for anything ever. Also the promo video is pretty weird:

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