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How L'Oréal designed the UV Sense to fit on your fingernail

L’Oral Technology Incubator’s Global Vice President, Guive Balooch, and his teamknew wearing a sticker daily wasn’t practical, unless at the beach or swimming pool.

To help come up with a new design and form for the UV Sense, Balooch brought back Swiss designer and Fuseproject founder, YvesBhar, who designed the original My UV Patch.

“The original UV Patch was an incredible feat in technology, however it was strongly lacking a design component,” Bhar told Digital Trends. “The product was unnecessarily large, and was being presented as a novelty item. If you’re asking someone to wear a product 24/7, it should be comfortable, beautiful, fit [into] their personal style, and provide necessary insights into our daily [lives].”

But figuring out the formula for a hassle-free and comfortable device required highlighting pain points that exist within wearable technology today. Balooch and his team narrowed it down to two major issues: Having to charge a battery, and the lack of real estate on people’s wrists.Balooch called in a team of engineers from Northwestern University, who brought up the idea of flexible electronics that don’t need a battery. Earlier this year , Digital Trends spoke to John Rogers , a Northwestern engineer who was a part of the team.

fingernail/health?

fingernails can tell alot about someones health(from what iv'e heard).about 9 months i had these white blotches in mine they eventually grew out to the tips and now are gone.does anyone know what its from


This could be due to a calcium deficiency. So it is good to drink a glass of milk every morning, add more dairy products to your diet and if possible take calcium supplement on a regular basis.

Does anyone know anything about fingernail health?

My fingernails are not terribly discolored or anyting, but they have pretty deep ridges running from cuticle to tip on them. Does anyone know what causes this, and even better, how to resolve it?

Thanks!


Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/nails/A N00591

Vertical nail ridges, which run from the cuticle to the tip of the nail, are fairly common. They don't indicate serious illness and typically increase with age. Although their exact


It sounds like you may have a nail fungus. There are over the counter products to treat this ... however your doctor can supply you with a good cream to treat this faster.


Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/nails/A N00591

Vertical nail ridges, which run from the cuticle to the tip of the nail, are fairly common. They don't indicate serious illness and typically increase with age. Although their exact