Living Glass and River Glow

Two small scale but fascinating innovations:

Living Glass involves a reactive, transparent surface with an infrared sensor and gills that open and shut as they detect the presence of humans and control air quality in a room.

River Glow uses pH sensors, LEDs and thin film photovoltaics in a device that hangs in a canal or other public body of water and senses the quality of the water, indicating the results with coloured lights.

Have you got 5th July in your diary for the Best Practice Club innovation event at UCLAN? – see the events page for more information

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