September 05, 2013
Airocide Air Purifier — NASA/International Space Station technology comes to your humble abode
"A light inside activates a photocatalytic reaction on glass rings coated with titanium dioxide. Particles and spores including dust, bacteria, pollen, mold, and pet dander bond to the glass, then vaporize."
Bag those fiberglass filters you never remember to change.
At $799 it's a snip compared to the cost of a ticket aboard one of the early space tourist ships.
I'd be very surprised to learn these aren't standard kit at Google offices around the country.
September 5, 2013 at 04:01 PM | Permalink
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