• The worst part is that pollution levels can change overnight...

  •         This garment is a response to the rising air pollution levels that can only get worse in the next 15 to 20 years in the world’s development. Embedded is a C02 detector, which can communicate with the Arduino Featherboard, a specialized Arduino with Wi-Fi connectability. As the user wears the garment, it actively records air quality data linked to the wearer's GPS coordinates. The chip then uploads this information to a map visualizer, which can be viewed on a phone or desktop and shared via social media.
            The garment also features an embedded M3 filtration mask in a high collar. When high pollution levels are detected, the Arduino will send a notification to the wearer's smartphone, recommending that they engage the mask if it is folded or tucked away.

  • Model: David Kessler