The 'Degree' Temperature Thermometer is Worn on the Ear for Monitoring

By: Michael Hemsworth - May 16, 2017
References: kickstarter & digitaltrends
Keeping an eye on a child's fever means having to take constant readings throughout the day and night, so the 'Degree' temperature thermometer aims to change this to make it easier for everyone involved.

Clipping onto the ear discreetly, the 'Degree' thermometer enables parents to keep constant track of the child's body temperature in order to monitor it overtime to see if it's getting better or worse. This can eliminate the guesswork associated with knowing whether it's okay to stay home or better to head for the doctor's office.

The 'Degree' temperature thermometer is the design work of Greta and Johannes Kreuzer in response to their own child suffering a febrile seizure. The 'Degree' thermometer has been designed to fit children aged 10 months and 12 years old.