Jobsize: individual 
Art Direction: Gwen de Krijger
Programs: Arduino code
Machines: Lasercutter
A seemingly limitless array of factors contribute to indoor air pollution. Excess CO2, food particles from cooking, pet hair, and moisture from baths, showers, and washing machines are only some of the sources of pollution. Furthermore, at least once a week, 65 percent of all Europeans let their garments dry indoors, releasing moisture. Every day, the average household produces roughly 10 liters of fluid. Children's bedroom are generally the most contaminated spaces in a family, according to research. Insufficient ventilation causes abnormally high CO2 levels in 45 percent of all children's rooms.

We spend 90% of our lives indoors, it is important to keep your environment fresh. A bad environment can cause asthma, allergies and viruses in people. By experimenting with arduino, I created a meter that measures air quality and tells you when to change your air.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​