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Carbon Capture. In a suitcase. And it monitors the ambient air.

Look what the young Japanese Kazami Muraki invented: Hiyass, the smallest carbon dioxide capture machine in the world !

It's about the size of a suitcase. And with a display that indicates the quality of the air, the concentration of CO2, including associating and alerting about health issues such as headache, dizziness, "stale air", etc.

According to the company's website (obviously selling the product):

"We want to make global warming not something grandiose, but something hopeful with concrete actions at the touch of a button. We are challenging to create such a future through "Hiyassy". If everyone on earth has Hiyashi, the future will change. Why don't you challenge this future with us? We are looking forward to hearing from you."

To conclude, Muraki calculates that you could collect 5kg of CO2 for a year of continuous operation, the equivalent of that is absorbed by a forest or pasture the size of a room (check the website how cool, the unit of measurement is "tatami mats" !) .

What would the world be like if everyone had one of these, huh?

Click the image below to browse the CRRA/Hiyassy website.


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