Mike Chino

LED-Equipped Gown Monitors Carbon Dioxide in the Air

by , 12/21/09

sustainable design, green design, sustainable stycle, fashion and accessories, led dress, light up clothing, Pollution monitoring dress

Danish design company Diffus has created a stunning LED-studded dress that lights up when it detects carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The luminous ensemble is laced with conductive embroidery that links a CO2 sensor to an Arduino Lilypad microprocessor. When the presence of CO2 is detected the lights begin to blink faster and faster, issuing an immediate warning about the invisible environmental threat.

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  1. Elemental LED staff December 22, 2009 at 12:45 pm

    Wow, neat! And the dress will give off more and more light as time goes on, as we can surmise from the “results” of Copenhagen. Nice to see this new trend in LED clothing!

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