The 22 Review is our way of sharing the interesting, exciting and thought-provoking things we come across each week. We pick the best 2 finds and add in a little extra something too. Enjoy!
The Smog Free Tower creates smog free air zones in polluted areas wherever they're situated. It allows people to breathe and experience what clean air in a city really means, and combined with high-tech science, by compressing the filtered smog particles, they create jewellery.
The Smog Free Ring is made from smog collected in a 1,000m³. The carbon is compressed into a cube and surrounded by a transparent cube and put onto a stainless steel ring. The project also offers a bike that also sucks up polluted air during the rider's commute, cleans the air and blows it at the rider.
The soundshirt is a haptic wearable device that allows deaf users to feel music on their skin. Designed by fashion tech company Cute Circuit, the sound shirt brings music to life using a series of haptic sensors that are built into the material.
The Soundshirt features 30 micro-actuators embedded in the fabric of the garment. These sensors translate the sound in real-time, into a tactile language that is unique to each piece of music being performed.
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Big news! A date has been set for Geco Hub 2.0's Kickstarter campaign launch...
It's launching in 11 days!
To celebrate, we're sharing a stop motion video we made of Geco Hub early!
To watch the video, join our private Facebook Group "Geco Hub Insider Launch Club" by clicking the button below.
Joining the group is free, and as well as having the stop motion video, it's hands-down going to be the best place to get Geco Hub updates in the run-up to launch.
It's also the best place to get any limited launch deals which may *cough* be available when the campaign first goes live...
Until next week,
and the Version 22 Team