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BLURRED / Health

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This is a home smart smoke alarm. It visualizes the smoke and alerts the family of second-hand smoke to the baby. According to the principle of Tyndall effect, the laser is irradiated on the smoke to make the smoke clearer. When the built-in smoke detection sensor detects smoke, the atomizer in the product starts to work and releases water mist, while the laser emitter illuminates a surface on the water mist, and the green smoke will surround the baby's face on the side of the product. When the water mist condenses, the water drops are like the tears of the baby. The product also records the amount of second-hand smoke accumulated each month.

University

China Academy of Art

China Academy of Art
Hangzhou, China

Yiqiao Liu,
China Academy of Art

Pan Long,
China Academy of Art

Xiang Li,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Siran Tao,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology