Consumer concerns about air quality are steadily increasing alongside the amount of pollution found in urban areas around the world, so new solutions like the 'Air Comfort' are being developed to let users analyze their surroundings.
Designed by Francois Hurtaud for iBeabot, the device works by analyzing air temperature and humidity levels, and relaying the information back to the user's smartphone. This enables users to make decisions that will improve the space like turning on a dehumidifier, air purifier or adjusting the temperature, as required.
The 'Air Comfort' draws inspiration from the Clinical Thermometer as designed in 1884 by Joseph Hicks and can be seamlessly kept in any space including the home or office to provide continuous readings. Users can also hang the device to make it a discreet solution for keeping a constant eye on air quality.