Food Scanner

Ciao a tutti,
Vorrei sottoporvi un progetto della cui fattibilità sono molto in dubbio.

Purtroppo ai due miei nipoti è stata recentemente diagnosticata una grave intolleranza al glutine, cosa che comporta spesso una serie di sacrifici pesanti per due adolescenti, come le feste di classe o al ristorante.

Per questo motivo ho pensato di costruire un dispositivo portatile in grado di analizzare in modo non distruttivo la pietanza e indicare la presenza di allergeni. Per fare ciò si potrebbe usare uno spettrometro qualitativo e confrontare lo spettro con una delle tante banche dati online (anche se temo sia un approccio alquanto impreciso). Leggevo anche di un tipo di sensori, chiamati "crossmorphic sensors", usati in questo ambito, ma non ho trovato alcuna informazione utile a riguardo.

Secondo voi è un progetto fattibile o meglio lasciar perdere?

There must be something wrong with my eyes. I can only read the title and "crossmorphic sensors". :slight_smile:

Google translate says:-
Hello to all,
I would like to submit a project whose feasibility are very much in doubt .

Unfortunately two of my grandchildren was recently diagnosed with a severe intolerance to gluten , which often involves a series of heavy sacrifices for two teenagers , such as class parties or in restaurants .

For this reason I decided to build a portable device that can analyze non-destructively the food and indicate the presence of allergens . To do this you could use a spectrometer quality and compare the spectrum with one of the many online databases (though I fear it is an approach quite inaccurate ) . I also read a type of sensors called " crossmorphic sensors" , used in this area , but could not find any useful information about it .

You think it is a viable project or forget it ?

My answer is to forget it.

Grumpy_Mike:
Google translate says:-

I considered a Google translation, but figured a moderator would probably move the post to the Italian section.

And I agree - forget it. ( Dimenticalo )

I must say I was impressed with the Google translate results. It read perfectly.

Grumpy_Mike:
I must say I was impressed with the Google translate results. It read perfectly.

Yeah, it's getting pretty good, isn't it? I've done a few translations lately, and have been equally impressed. Much better than it was in the past.

Secondo me non é fattibile.
Ciao Uwe

Dear all, I am sorry for having confused the target forum, anyway my it seems that Google translate provided a readable and quite accurate translation.
Thank you for your answers so far.

Actually, what made me think about this project are those two crowdfunding campaigns: