With growing concern over contaminated food, the Fukushima Plate by Nils Ferber is here to help. The seemingly ordinary ceramic plate actually contains ring-shaped OLEDs to visualize your food’s level of radiation.
When food is safe, OLED rings remain off.
One glowing ring tells you that there is a slight amount of radiation, but nothing to be concerned about.
Two glowing rings means that there is enough radiation to be concerned. Start considering a grilled cheese for lunch.
The appearance of the red ring indicates that you have an above average chance of glowing in the dark tomorrow.
[Fukushima Plate, via The Awesomer]