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Saiga / Neck Wearable

Saiga
Saiga

Cities are getting hotter and heatwaves are becoming more common causing people to rely on Air Conditioners to cool down. This approach is energy-demanding, inefficient and polluting. Saiga reduces dependence on Air Conditioners by changing our perception of the temperature around us through breathing cold air and cooling the neck by conduction.

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Harry Barber,
Royal College of Art, London

Kevin Chiam,
Royal College of Art, London

Nacho Vilanova,
Royal College of Art, London

Wei Haw Huang,
Royal College of Art, London