Color condoms changing when detecting sex disorders

Condom is one of the most effective measures of sexual contact; primarily to prevent sexually transmitted diseases. However, given the spread of these diseases amongst young people, a group of young people have invented color-coded condoms to detect venereal diseases.

In fact, three young Americans who study at the Isaac Newton Academy in London have made their invention and have received the Teen Tech Awards for this. But how is it possible to warn you about a sexual illness in a condom?

The idea is as simple as effective. Cones are made up of molecules that are capable of detecting illnesses, as well as exposing them to a particular color. In this way, green, that can be blue or more, depending on the person who uses it.