Aegis Parka Senses Polluted Air



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Design duo Nieuwe Heren have developed the apparel sensing pollution called the Aegis Parka. This parka will have sensors to distinguish the most common urban pollutants, like smoke, CO2, NH3, NOx, alcohol, and Benzene. The jacket is to have a LED display warning of the dangerous air quality and an integrated respirator equipped with active carbon filters.
Via: ubergizmo.com


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