What if checking of air pollution around you becomes a work of digital art? Infact, this is the idea behind DigiOxide, an invention from the the Russian engineer Dmitry Morozov. It is a portable wireless device equipped with sensors to measure the air pollution (gas and fine particles).
The system is handy that can be transported easily around the city to monitor the air quality. The results of every measurements are printed artistically. The nose or sensors are used to sniff the pollutant gases like CO, CO2, HCHO, CH4 and C3H8. However, interpretation of results is a task that requires some technical prowess.
According to the creator, the aim of this invention is to raise awareness about the enviromental issues in a more artistic way. Digioxide is a portable wireless device equipped with sensors of pollutant gases and fine particles. The measured date can also be transfered to a computer using bluetooth interface. The machine can also transform the information into graphics using an algorithm to form an abstract image. The printout of these graphic image can be taken for evidence or the information of passersby.
We are really amazed by this gadget that gives an artistic touch to environmental pollution information. Many of our friends would like to have this device to measure the pollution information about their whereabouts. Would you like adopt this gadget in your daily life?