Chinese May Trade Smog Masks for Headworn Air Purifiers

Chinese May Trade Smog Masks for Headworn Air Purifiers

The wearable is less obtrusive than the mask and measures air pollution data

Leo Lutero
  • 18 november 2014

Chinese cities don’t seem too optimistic about their air quality and many people find security in wearing a mask over their face. However, many masks in the market do the job poorly. In addition to lackluster filter performance, wearing a mask for extended periods of time can be too obstructive.

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