Monday, December 12, 2011

Fukushima plate

Fukushima plate, which determines the level of radiation in food
More recently, the entire planet froze in horror when, after an earthquake in Japan exploded nuclear power plant in Fukushima. Radiation spread across the country and in the ocean, bringing with it a threat of infection. Traditional sushi has become quite a dangerous dish, and to warn those who like fish (and not just fish) German designer Nils Ferber came up with an unusual dish with a sensor that detects the radiation.

Fukushima plate is a common ceramic plate with embedded organic LED rings that are responsive to radiation levels in food. Everyone appreciates your health in many ways, and so on the underside of the plate can be adjusted, as a large dose of radiation you are willing to admit to your body.

If nothing is displayed on a plate - your food is completely safe. If it appeared a white ring, then your dish slightly elevated levels of radiation, but nothing to worry about. Two white glowing ring warning that your food is actually not as good as it looks. And if there is a red ring - the radiation dose in the dish exceeds the level that you set, and may be hazardous to health.

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