A group of scientists and researchers working out of the University of Chicago are developing a high-tech marijuana app that is designed to make it possible for users to go about measuring just how stoned they are.
The iPhone app is not designed to make legal decisions on whether a person is sober enough to drive for example, but rather is designed to function as an educational tool to help people get a better understanding of how they're affected by marijuana use, in order to empower them to do so responsibly.
With the legalization of recreational marijuana taking place at a rapid rate in many parts of the world, there's certainly a need and a market for marijuana apps that center around safety and the measurement of intoxication, which is precisely what this app project is set to accomplish.
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