Students create Pollution-Detecting clothes

Students create Pollution-Detecting clothes
Sue Ngo and Nien Lam's project, 'Warning Signs.' (Sue Ngo)

Nien Lam and Sue Ngo, students of graduation at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at N.Y.U.’s Tisch School of the Arts, have created this pollution warning clothing item, that can actually detect pollution in the air– from car exhaust to a fellow student’s cigarette by these prototype type clothes, have two pairs, tops bearing a pink heart or a set of lungs, flashed “blue veins” on the organs when a censor in the fabric detecting the above average carbon monoxide in the atmosphere.

Both of them are also planning to create alcohol level detecting clothes in futures. Have a look at video below. [Warning signs] via [psfk]

Students create Pollution-Detecting clothes



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