Air Quality Egg

The Air Quality Egg obtains an area's carbon and nitric oxide levels from an external sensor via wifi.

The Air Quality Egg is an egg-shaped device that obtains an area's carbon and nitric oxide levels from an external sensor via wifi. In real time, it sends the data over the internet to the open data service Opensensors, where all of the data from the (currently over 1000) Air Quality Eggs across the world is collected and visualised via the Xively platform.

In the form of interactive maps or easy-to-read graphs, the public is then able to view all data and use it for other purposes. In this way, with just a few clicks and little effort, the air quality in locations all over the world can be requested and then compared.

http://airqualityegg.com/

http://airqualityegg.com/