'Warning Signs' Clothing Detects Pollutants by Changing Colors

 - Jan 21, 2011   Updated: Jun 14 2011
References: nydailynews & fastcompany
'Warning Signs' clothing makes use of remarkable pollution-sensing technology in order to create some seriously practical and helpful apparel.

Designed by NYC grad students Sue Ngo and Nien Lam, 'Warning Signs' clothing features internal organ graphics that change color based on the amount of carbon monoxide in the vicinity. Definitely an interesting concept, these 'Warning Signs' clothing pieces are guaranteed to be a hit amongst environmentalists.

Implications - As more health conditions arise with the increasing production of synthesized materials, consumers are looking for ways to stay healthy. Convenient products that offer healthier options are appealing to modern customers who live fast-paced lives. Companies could incorporate elements of health with efficiency when developing their products to attract more consumers.