The conceptual 'OQLAR' air purifier has been designed as a versatile piece of technology for the home, car and office to offer consumers a way to ensure the air they're breathing is as clean as possible.
Designed by Subinay Malhotra, the purifier features a unit features an air intake vent that will close when not in use to keep it as clean as possible between uses. The appliance is ultra-compact and has been sized to make it no bigger than a travel mug to ensure it can fit into your vehicle's cup holder or on your crowded workstation.
The 'OQLAR' air purifier acknowledges growing consumer concerns about air quality as the amount of pollution increases on an international basis in major metropolitan hubs.
The 'OQLAR' Air Purifier Fits on Your Desk or in the Car
1. Portable Air Sanitizing - Technology can focus on creating ultra-compact devices for consumers concerned about pollution and air quality, especially in major metropolitan hubs.
2. Multi-functional Air Purifiers - Designing air purifiers that are flexible and versatile enough to be placed anywhere, like an office or car, could cater to a growing consumer interest in products that offer unique features.
3. Automated Air Purifiers - Developing smart air purifiers with self-cleaning features is an untapped opportunity for technology companies looking to innovate within the air purifier market.
1. Consumer Electronics - There is room for electronics manufacturers to invest in creating air-purifying technologies as a core addition to their product lines for health-conscious consumers.
2. Automotive - Considering the need for clean air while driving in polluted metropolitan areas, automobile manufacturers can create vehicles with integrated air purifying car appliances like the 'OQLAR' air purifier.
3. Office Supplies - With the rise of remote work options, incorporating portable office desktop devices like the 'OQLAR' air purifier in industries where people spend long hours working on computers can be a game-changer for health and safety.