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Keeping A Monitor On Local Air Quality With Raspberry Pi!

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Air quality sensors and data displays using Raspberry Pis via Nick Normal

The Little Village Air Quality Initiative is based on multiple sensors programmed to collect Carbon Monoxide, Ozone, Nitrogen Dioxide, Temperature, and Relative Humidity levels in real-time, then visualizing the data to the public. Visualizations are written in C++ using openFrameworks and loaded on the RaspberryPi. There will be many Raspberry Pi’s with display monitors visualizing data in local business and public spaces.

 

 

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