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As people pay more attention to the quality of life, purifying the air has become a cumbersome housework. The labor generated by purifying the air is often invisible. For example, we need to clean the dust left by the smog every day. We have to operate multiple devices to make the air suitable for life. More importantly, there is a psychological burden. We need to pay attention to air quality from various channels every day. These are the invisible factors that reduce our living standards. Therefore, this design strives to reduce the invisible labor and psychological burden and provide users with an intelligent air system.