Wednesday, June 6, 2012
The egg-shaped device is something you can build yourself for a nominal fee. Or you can pledge $100 or more for the fully assembled version. Details are on Kickstarter.
"The Air Quality Egg is a sensor designed to allow anyone to collect very high resolution readings of NO2 and CO concentrations outside of their home. These two gases are the indicative elements related to urban air pollution that are sense-able by inexpensive, DIY sensors," Ed Borden.
The information is then shared online in real-time discussion in an open Google Group.