Real-Life Logo Blocker Blurs Out Corporate White Noise

Real-Life Logo Blocker Blurs Out Corporate White Noise

UPenn team has developed a tool for minimizing our exposure to corporate imagery

Janet Burns
  • 26 january 2015

A group of Pennsylvania students is sick of being bombarded with logos, and decided to hack the problem. The result — composed of custom hardware and open-source software — is a personal guard against ads and corporate insignia, and is being described as “AdBlock for Real Life.”

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