Lapka iPhone Sensor Arrives To Test If Your Food Is Really Organic?

What do you think about tricorders in your pocket? Here’s Lapka that has launched an easy way of monitoring your personal environment as you go about your everyday life, such as a new set of sensors specially designed for Apple’s iOS device that have been called it Lapka’s iPhone sensors. Details after the jump!

Lapka has developed a prototype of a sensor that measures how your organic food is, especially useful when you’re sick and tired of food manufacturers and vendors mislabeling their food products “organic” in an attempt to cash it on the latest health food trends. Organic means natural without any chemicals that can keep your body protected from other attacks. Lots more to say about organic food, below are some casual details about it.

Lapka has designed to calculate the amount of nitrates in raw foods and drinking water caused by residues of synthetic fertilizers. Whereas nitrate is a common chemical found in fertilizers that are used in non-organic farms, for that the Lapka’s sensor can also be used to detect humidity, temperature and radiation in the air & electromagnetic feedback, and then displays the results in a handy companion app. This can also be shared with your neighbors and friends:

About Lapka iPhone Personal Environmental Monitor :

“Lapka is a tiny, beautifully designed personal environment monitor that connects with your phone to measure, collect and analyze the hidden qualities of your surroundings. It is highly sensitive and responds to the invisible world of particles, ions, molecules and waves, so it can analyze your surroundings and smartly combine the results into guideline values for your comfort.”

All you have to do is plug in the device via your iPhone headphone jack and lightly poke your food with a steel probe that accompanies it. The plug-in is very stylish looking, made from wood and ivory plastic that compliments Apple’s design aesthetic. Lapka’s Kickstarter campaign was been a huge success, raising $170,000 – more than their $25,000 fundraising goal.

Lapka can be purcahsed from the stores before this year ending. Lapka plans to launch the product at the at the end of 2012, with a retail price of $220. For more information about the Lapka jump over to the products fact sheet and website.