The 'PocketLab Air' Tracks the Air Around You for Personal Research

 - Nov 15, 2017
References: kickstarter & geeky-gadgets
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 readings on air pollution relating to CO2, ozone and even particles that are present. What's provided is a detailed report that can be accessed via the accompanying app to let you see real-time data that can be used to create a map of information that's sourced directly from citizens. This can be used to chart out where pollution might be worst in a geographical area to call for investigation from officials.

The 'PocketLab Air' air quality monitor features a battery pack that will provide 24 hours of usage per charge, while the unit is able to save 30,000 data points to the memory.