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PULSE: NASA's necklace that prevents touching the face

While the corona pandemic continues to exist and affect many countries around the world, NASA has created a new one gadgets to help the situation. The new NASA necklace acts as an alarm, alerting the user each time he tries to touch his face, in order to reduce him risk its spread COVID-19.


NASA's DIY necklace, called PULSE, is a 3D printed "piece of jewelry" featuring a sensor proximity that begins to vibrate as soon as the hand approaches near it. The vibrations become stronger as the hands get closer to the face.

As he said Slashgear, the new PULSE from NASA will help develop muscle memory to help users avoid touching their face. This will be very useful in the long run as well coronavirus it is not going to disappear any time soon.

In addition, NASA has openly coded all guidelines for the development of the necklace. He also specifically mentioned all the steps for creating a pendant. The users they can assemble the pendant themselves, as long as they have basic DIY skills.

It is expected that more companies will produce this device DIY in the future. It could definitely prove to be a good business opportunity.

However, the majority of health professionals have said that hanging jewelry cannot completely stop the transmission of the virus. Experts around the world are urging citizens to wear masks when they are in crowded places in order to reduce the chances of the corona spreading. They are also asked to use antiseptic frequently and to wash their hands frequently.


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