By Andrew Liszewski
Since I’ve never experienced an earthquake I don’t see the need for your having a Richter scale measuring device at home but I’m sure if I lived on the west coast or in Japan it might bring me some type of comfort. While the GraGraph won’t predict or warn of an upcoming earthquake it will measure the intensity of one in real-time while sounding an alert for those people who don’t realize the earth is shaking beneath their feet.
Once the tremor has passed the GraGraph will announce the strength of the event and will also make suggestions on what you should do in the event the quake was particularly violent.
It’s currently available from EnekoShop for about $85.