Sensor kit measures the health of a house

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Whare Hauora, a New Zealand based charity has created a sensor designed to be fitted into homes to detect which rooms are cold and mouldy. By measuring the health of a house environment, the Whare sensors educate residents about the effects that cold or mould can have on their health. For example, a humidity level over 60 percent indicates mould is growing in a house. This can cause residents to experience allergic reaction such as coughing and sneezing.

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