Shirt Changes Patterns When It Detects Air Pollution

Shirt Changes Patterns When It Detects Air Pollution

The garment is designed to undergo a color shift when it detects carbon monoxide, particle pollution or radioactivity

Jiwon Kim
  • 29 july 2016

With politicians in denial and nonstop carbon emissions released into the atmosphere, it is a fact that air pollution is only getting worse. Unfortunately, this has a direct impact on our health and the environment we are stuck living in. Cities suffer from this problem the most. That is why the creator of Aerochromics, Nikolas Bentel came up with a line of $500 shirts to detect air pollution.

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