For those of us who like to use our smart phone for pretty much every possible thing, there's an interesting product coming out -- the Lapka Environmental Monitor. It is a set of sensors for your iPhone that can detect radiation, electromagnetic feedback, nitrates in raw foods, and temperature and humidity. Basically, you'd be able to tell whether or not your food is organic, or the most comfortable spot in your home to relax where you won't get zapped by pollutants.
It sounds like a lot to live up to, what with being able to give "insanely precise" reads of radiation levels and telling you if your food or water has fake fertilizer in it. Though it is elegantly designed, we have our doubts about whether or not it will be more than a hardly-accurate novelty item. It is in final production stages so there's no way for us to test out if this works -- but if it does finally come to market in late 2012 as stated on the product website, then we'll sure be interested in trying it! Is this a product you'd use on a regular basis? Let us know in the comments.