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Comics That Ask "What If?"

Comics That Ask "What If?"

Mihealth Blood Glucose System by Tom Hudson

Mihealth Blood Glucose System is a wireless medical device that allows you to measure and record your blood sugar level, fast and easy. The portable monitor uses Bluetooth technology to transfer essential information about your blood sugar level to your mobile device, it’s a handy little thing to keep track your blood sugar level in real time, it even gives you notifications when you need them. This system is equipped with sleek monitor with easy to read LED display with gorgeous pebble form that fits comfortable in your hand or pocket. The custom app saves you a lot of time by automatically handling tasks such as coding test strips or logging test results, aside providing you with your blood sugar levels, this device also offers statistics, insights, and goals to maintain your health. Designer : Tom Hudson Tuvie has received “Mihealth Blood Glucose System” project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit thei

Aeros Backcountry Ski Helmet Protects You Against Suffocation In The Event of Avalanche

Aeros is a backcountry ski helmet that sustains life and increases rescue time in the event of an avalanche. Based on research on the risks of backcountry skiing and expert observations, Aeros offers a solution to the fact that no one piece of equipment protects against suffocation while buried in snow. By integrating a system of air flow and protection of the face and neck, the concept offers two wearing modes, one for skiing and one for avalanche protection. The risks of skiing in the backcountry are high, and the odds of surviving an avalanche when it occurs are very slim. 90% of all avalanche accidents are triggered by the victim himself, with only 15 minutes on average to survive in a snow burial. Furthermore, 75% of all avalanche victims die of suffocation. Protective equipment available in the market today offer a range of solutions that attempt to prevent snow burials, but none offer direct protection to the problem that there is lack of air flow in a snow burial. To survive,