Reply to "My Oeno Wine Scanner"

This gadget looks to be based on the same technology as a Foss, using FTIR spectroscopy. Challenge with that technology is it requires constant evaluation of results and calibration of slopes to be accurate. Calibration is dependent on individual analysis; it is not accurate for any random sample provided. It also drifts frequently so you can’t just rely on any reading it provides. A wine you like today won’t provide the same result next week without calibrating back to a baseline. It also isn’t accurate with the influence of outside light sources; it requires a zero light environment to begin analysis. But hey, someone will make a few bucks...
Last edited by mjraica
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