It might be scary to think about the degrading quality of the air in bustling metropolises, but instead of embracing the saying, 'Ignorance is bliss,' the AirBoxLab sensor device allows people to take an active role in improving the air in their personal space. With recent smog catastrophes descending on Beijing and Singapore, it is even more imperative that people take all the precautions they can.
The AirBoxLab sensor device monitors indoor air pollution. Depending on the results, it then provides advice on how to improve the air quality via any connected devices. Shaped like a cylinder, the AirBoxLab sensor device is an unobtrusive object that will blend into people's homes easily. The prototype is currently embedded with six sensors.