Wearable air quality monitor crowdsources pollution data

Wearable air quality monitor crowdsources pollution data

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The new industrial centers of the world — such as China, India and Brazil — as well as other major cities, all have one common problem and that's pollution. It's detrimental to residents' health, but not widely recorded or reported. We've already seen devices such as Netatmo, which lets homeowners monitor the air quality where they live, and now Breathe is a wearable sensor that helps users keep track of pollution levels wherever they are.

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