The 'Touch-Screen' Cellular Device Tracks Health Through a Camera

By: Misel Saban - Aug 24, 2016
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With many smartphones offering health-oriented apps and features to track body progress, the conceptual 'Touch-Screen' cellular device opts for a different approach to monitoring by utilizing the phone's existing camera to perform accurate bio-scans. The camera is able to scan the body to perform check-ups and offer health updates via touch screen updates. The innovative design provides touch screens located on both the front and back of the device to detect body changes.

The 'Touch-Screen' is a fittingly named smartphone that utilizes a touch-sensitive screen all over the device -- rather than just on the front. This allows the phone to be used as a sensor for the body while the camera can be used to perform real-time image scans to monitor health.