• A wearable that collects environmental data, the Atmo

  • Atmo from Ishac Bertran on Vimeo.

    Now here’s something that you can wear and collect environmental data at the same time. Designed and developed by Ishac Bertran and Mayo Nissen at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, the Atmo is still in its experimental stages. The Atmo, a wearable, gathers and records environmental data and displays to users the pollutants and toxins they are being exposed to in the atmosphere around them. That’s not all.

    The Atmo can also hook up to what will be a centralized authority to help in mapping environmental conditions in real-time. With a device like this, we are sure to know where that terrible toxic smell is coming from and help warn others to keep away from it, when connected to the central authority.

    Posted in Topics:Gadgets and Tech, Tags: , on April 21, 2010