Don’t trust atoms. They make up everything (get it?). And up until now, the invisible, silent, and sometimes deadly particles got away with it too. But thanks to the Atomstation, a new invention by Osamu Hshimoto and Tomoya Nasuda, pollutants can now be visualized and analyzed from the palm of your hand. The Japanese-designed and -made smart device has an interior sensor that not only measures heat and humidity, but also respiratory hazards like dust, carbon dioxide, and other toxins that are responsible for allergies, asthma attacks, and concentration issues. It then sends the results directly to your phone, so you can adjust your environment accordingly. Back the Atomstation Kickstarter campaign, and breath a sigh of relief.
For price and purchase info, visit Atomstation’s Kickstarter page.