Sergey Vladimirov has this week launched a new Kickstarter campaign for his pocket geiger counter called Radium which has been designed to provide a professional yet easy-to-use geiger counter.
Vladimirov explains the Radium is a next-generation, state of the art geiger counter that aims to be pocket sized as well as easy to use, affordable and developer friendly, watch the video below to learn more.
The Radium geiger counter is supplied with smartphone applications for iOS, Android and Windows enabling you to wirelessly record data directly onto your smartphone. As well as enjoy features such as geo-tagging and data export, as well as notifications via SMS or email if required. Vladimirov explains a little more about his device.
“When most people think of Geiger counters, they either think of the black boxes that are only used inside nuclear reactors or nuclear submarines to check for excessive radiation, or bulky devices that are both expensive and difficult to use.
Radium tries to be different – after almost a year of research, our team completed the development of a next-generation device that aims to be affordable and extremely easy to use, without compromising the quality of the provided measurements.”
For more information on the new Radium geiger counter jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below to make a pledge from €219 for the development kit or €249 for a fully complete version.