Developed by researchers at Stanford University, this urine test incorporates the current design model that's used by doctors around the world and updates it for at-home use.
The testing kit would come in a flatpack design and be built to be assembled easily by users to quickly make testing urine for possible issues far easier. The test incorporates a smartphone into the experience and is claimed to offer results that could be equal to those obtained in a doctor's office with a similar dipstick test.
The urine test sees the box assembled, dipstick loaded and smartphone placed overtop. Urine is added and exposed to the test, which in turn can be interpreted by the smartphone to do away with guesswork.