Wallpaper detects fire and prevents it from spreading

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The ways in which innovative technology has revolutionized health and safety procedure is incredible. We have seen a number of ways in which such inventions have been able to keep people safe, especially when it comes to fire risk. For example, the AR display system helps firefighters navigate their way out of burning buildings. Another example is the Smokey app, which turns old android phones into smart smoke detectors. This is done using the phone’s audio system and alerts users if a fire breaks out. Now, researchers at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences have recently been able come up with another way to protect people from fire. Their wallpaper can detect fire and trigger an alarm. Moreover, the wallpaper is highly inflammable and has high-temperature resistance. These properties help prevent the fire from spreading.

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