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Sunscreenr Tells You Where You Missed While Applying Sunblock

by Conner Flynn
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Summer is here and it is a real scorcher this year, so make sure that the sun doesn’t burn you! You have to put sunblock everywhere and protect yourself. If you don’t have access to one of those automated sunscreen booths, Sunscreenr can help.

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Sunscreenr is a new device from startup Voxelight designed to ensure that you get complete coverage from your sunblock, because people always miss spots. It is basically a pocket-sized camera that looks for ultraviolet light. When that ultraviolet light is blocked, which is what sunblock does, it shows up dark on the camera. Whatever isn’t dark didn’t get covered with sunblock.

Now you know what you missed and can apply more. It will keep your skin from getting burnt, which we all love. Sunscreenr is currently raising funds for production over on Indiegogo. A pledge of at least $93(USD) will get you a Sunscreenr camera of your own.

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