Atmotube 2.0 (Portable Air Pollution Monitor)

Interesting idea.

Interesting idea.

We've certainly been discussing air pollution a fair bit this week, and I just came across this offering - the The Atmotube 2.0. Long-term readers may remember the first incarnation of the device.

Although I've got plenty of 'does it integrate with ... ' questions, I'm keen to try one out. And in the meantime, a spot of video :



The Atmotube 2.0 - Portable Air Pollution Monitor.



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