A condom traffic light that changes color if your partner has a sexual illness. Although like science fiction, it is a project that involves two people from England working, innovating in the world. T A sexually transmitted disease.
School students Muaz Nawaz, Daanyaal Ali and Chirag Shah Isaac Newton Academy from London, which are the creators of S.T. EYE, a condom that changes color depending on the disease you are receiving.
Light condom traffic: change the color if your partner has a sexual illness
Muaz Nawaz, Daanyaal Ali and Chirag Shah, students at Isaac Newton Academy Academy in London, are S.T. creators. EYE, a condom that changes color according to the illness you are in relationships with.
The idea is simple, but certainly effective. They are named S.T. EYE and it's about condom with molecular power ability to identify sexually transmitted diseases with a distinct color for each.
This condom, better known as " ttraffic light condom", which is created by a molecule which may be fixed in a special tone when virus beats and cautions as follows:
- Green: He had a knee with chlamydia
- Yellow: yes, he was with herpes
- Blue: for spreads
- Purple: human papilloma virus
The 'semaphore condom', a long-term project
One of the reasons for this semaphore syndrome is that it is more noticeable, without the aggressive ways of doctors, that you have a sexual illness and therefore you can manage it on time.
“We wanted to create something that could cure the dangerous endangered diseases and that people working safely in the confidentiality of their homes can help to learn from doctors' aggressive behaviors.
And this is a big science project, which gave the boys the first place in the youth enterprise competition at the Teen Tech Awards. Now it is only envisaged that a investor is interested to put it to the market immediately.