2018-12-06 (Th) Hackaday Summary

Eyes On The Prize Of Glucose Monitoring
My history with needles has been limited to vaccinations at the doctor, blood donations, plasma donations, and nootropics. For people with diabetes, those would look like amateur numbers. Diabetics have to interact with blood and skin breakages daily, or a few times a day. Many companies have been lost to the siren's call of reading glucose levels continuously without breaking the skin repeatedly. No company has this down perfectly, and some companies are making money with less-than-perfect models. A small trial which uses different placement on the eye has outperformed Alphabet's smart contact, and Alphabet just folded their cards on this game anyhow.

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