Tarius Lets You Know When the UV Rays Are At Their Worst

The feeling of the sun burning a crimson tattoo onto the forehead is enough to indicate that the UV rays are strong and bad.

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The feeling of the sun burning a crimson tattoo onto the forehead is enough to indicate that the UV rays are strong and bad. In fact, just seeing that blinding ball of gas in the sky and knowing that you’ll be outside for any extended period should inspire a subtle nod toward some protection. On the other hand, if you want to add a new little gadget to your collection, you could make use of this Tarius UV detector designed by Julien Bergignat. The Tarius was designed for a client with the purpose of providing a simple method of measuring the intensity of natural and/or artificial UVs. It’s meant for people whose work exposes them to constant sun. It also replaces marked underwear in reminding the user of his name. [JulienBergignat via IndustrialDesignServed]

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