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White Aerochromics logo and model wearing a black and white shirt against a black background

The Color-Changing Shirt That Senses Air Pollution

It’s a fashion concept that should definitely make it’s way into a dystopian sci-fi film in the not-too-distant future, although Aerochromics, the new brand from Nikolas Bentel, is far from fiction.

In another amazing crossover between wearable tech and the natural environment, Bentel has developed a longsleeve T-shirt that responds to pollution levels in the air. When the air quality changes – air sensors measure carbon monoxide, toxic particulates and even radioactivity – so do the black and white shapes covering the shirt.

December 20, 2015

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