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Brief Published: 2 Apr 2012

Tsubuyaku Sensor


The Tsubuyaku Sensor is a new wireless device from Japanese Ubiquitous Computing Technology that monitors environmental conditions and automatically tweets the data via Twitter at 60-second intervals.

Targeted at food warehouses and wine cellars, the gadget is capable of monitoring temperature, humidity, and even radiation levels. It boasts a battery life of a year, and a wireless range of 40 metres when separated from the base unit.

This gadget is a great way of creating a visible data picture from the otherwise invisible atmosphere.

Tsubuyaku Sensor