This concept created by designer Tyra Kozlow would revolutionize reading methods and anticipate future wearable solutions.
Sense Glucose is an innovative wearable device. A cross between a modern Bluetooth headset and a clip earring, with which type 1 diabetics can monitor their blood glucose levels.
Sense Glucose: You need an ear to keep diabetes under control
In the Sense Glucose wearable device there is an innovative non-invasive system that incorporates the reading of the sugar levels in the earlobe.
This hi-tech type 1 diabetic earring uses safe, high frequency radio waves to do its diagnostic work.
Sense Glucose only needs one earlobe piercing (unlike the daily tests that diabetic patients have to perform, which involve a puncture for each single reading).
This obvious advantage is combined with another obvious advantage for those suffering from diabetes: that of being able to be on the ear at every single moment of the day.
Constant monitoring for type 1 diabetics
To proceed with the reading of the user's blood sugar levels, the earring uses sensors and algorithms that organize the collected data. These are then sent directly to a smartphone, which will show and archive them through a special dedicated app.
This greatly reduces medical waste (goodbye to millions of strips to collect blood drops) while offering a painless solution to control blood glucose levels.
Two words (in English) from the same designer of the concept, Tyra Kozlow:
This concept designed for type 1 diabetics anticipates what will be a trend of this decade. The miniaturization of remote diagnostic devices will continue in the direction of practicality and functional aesthetics.
Sense Glucose transforms a medical device into a fashionable wearable device. The goal is to remove the social stigma of diabetics of having to carry clinical-looking blood glucose meters with them.