It can be easy to forget to stop and smell the roses when entirely engrossed on the computer, especially when the only roses people see would be digital, but Green Air hopes to provide a constant reminder. It is basically a planter for computer screens. Filled with lush green grass, Green Air adds a breath of fresh air to home and work offices.
Designed by Wang Yi Peng, Fan Xu and Zhu RB, Green Air does more than add a little greenery to workspaces. It has a temperature sensor that reads the heat from the computer screen. When it reaches a specific temperature, the LED light at the front changes to a different color to alert the person to take a break. Green Air helps to reduce long work hours and unnecessary fatigue.
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