CNET.com, by Michael Franco – July 20, 2015
The iPad can be used to show home movies — including films of babies as they come home from the hospital, take their first steps, and later, lock themselves in their rooms with loud music and their cell phones. Soon, iPads might be able to show a home movie of what a baby looked like before it was even created, by beaming live-action movies of your sperm swimming around.
That will be the case if Taiwanese startup Aidmics has its way.
The company has already invented a device called iSperm which according to Reuters has been sold to almost 200 farmers around the world. They use it to analyze the sperm counts of their boar to maximize the success of breeding programs. The news agency reports that Aidmics has announced plans to seek approval from the US Food and Drug Administration next year to expand the device’s use to men.
“Morphological assessment of sperm head and tail has never been this easy,” says the iSperm website.
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