A team of scientists has developed a rain meter that can be worn on the ankle, hand or wrist.
The researchers tested the prototype in the NFL, but it won’t be the only way to measure rain in a stadium.
A team of researchers at the University of Florida has created a rain gauging device that will allow players to measure rainfall and humidity on the sidelines.
Researchers at the UF School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) have created a Rain Graphene Sensor that can measure rainfall and humidity inside stadiums.
The device is an electronic device that measures the temperature of the air around a player or player’s helmet and uses that information to calculate a wind-speed record.
The sensors is made up of six separate layers that measure the temperature, pressure, humidity and wind speed in the atmosphere.
The researchers said they were able to measure wind speed, which was recorded at over 150 mph, as well as the temperature in the air, which is about 4 degrees Celsius (8 degrees Fahrenheit).
The device also measures the humidity, wind speed and humidity.
It measures the moisture and rain, which in turn tells the team what moisture is falling in and out of the stadium.
If you’re looking to wear a rain-graphene-like sensor to measure humidity inside your stadium, the University at Buffalo has a great guide for you.