Personalized Detection

Portable devices allow for the enhanced detection of polluted areas

Implications - Personal pollution-detection devices are allowing consumers to make informed decisions on areas to avoid for health purposes, or improve in terms of reducing their pollution-related impact. These devices create a greater sense of purpose for consumers who are more motivated to change negative habits when faced with the consequences in a more visceral, impactful way.
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Communal Pollution Trackers - Flow Smart Air Quality Tracker Helps Communities Live Healthier Lives
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This Year and Warm 824 Clicks Pub: Oct 9, 17
Communal Pollution Trackers
Flow Smart Air Quality Tracker Helps Communities Live Healthier Lives
People with allergies and respiratory conditions are able to take better control of their health and wellbeing with gadgets like the Flow Smart Air Quality Tracker. We’re progressing beyond... [More]
Child-Friendly Pollution Detectors - 'Urban Canaries' Teach Kids About the Dangers of Unclean Air
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Warm 761 Clicks Pub: Aug 8, 17
Child-Friendly Pollution Detectors
'Urban Canaries' Teach Kids About the Dangers of Unclean Air
Urban Canaries are an adorable, child-friendly gadget that falls ‘ill’ when exposed to unclean air. Years ago, coal miners would bring canaries into the tunnels with them as the... [More]
Air Quality-Measuring Sensors - The 'PocketLab Air' Tracks the Air Around You for Personal Research
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This Year and Warm 403 Clicks Pub: Nov 15, 17
Air Quality-Measuring Sensors
The 'PocketLab Air' Tracks the Air Around You for Personal Research
The ‘PocketLab Air’ is designed to offer you a way to track the air around you to know what you’re breathing in when you go about your daily routine. The device works by taking... [More]
Polluted Urban Air Apps - Shit! I Smoke Informs Consumers of How Polluted Their City's Air Is
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This Year and Warm 94 Clicks Pub: May 9, 18
Polluted Urban Air Apps
Shit! I Smoke Informs Consumers of How Polluted Their City's Air Is
Big cities aren’t known for breathable air quality and a new app called ‘Shit! I Smoke’ is aiming to draw attention to this issue. The app draws information from numerous live... [More]
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