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A community-led air quality sensing network that gives people a way to participate in the conversation about air quality. Read more

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This project was successfully funded on April 26, 2012.

A community-led air quality sensing network that gives people a way to participate in the conversation about air quality.

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Egg-Building Day in NYC

We are at the tail-end of delivering all of the Kickstarter AirQualityEggs, and we need help to build the last bulk batch after all the individual orders have been shipped! We will be setting up in the Parsons Design and Technology Lab in NYC on April 20th to make the final push. We will be assembling the full, wireless version of the AirQualityEgg, so come and learn what's inside, how it's assembled, and how it works.

Big emphasis here on HANDS-ON, because the only way we are going to get this done is if all of us, including the core team, are jamming on Egg-building. So that means come ready to jump into the assembly line!

As a big thanks to people who give their valuable time to help the cause here, we'll be giving AirQualityEgg t-shirts. The top 10 assemblers as determined by number of eggs built or time spent will take home their own Eggs as well! And finally, the very bestest MVP super assembler will get carried on the shoulders of the entire team in a victory lap around the Lab.

Events details and to RSVP here.

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    1. Creator Gavin Chester on March 26, 2013

      FWIW I got my shipping email yesterday...USPS first class to the UK. so should have mine soon.

    2. Creator Cam MacDuff on March 24, 2013

      If anyone attends this event, can you report back on the state of the entire package?
      eg. hardware, software, etc.
      I've yet to receive mine and the reviews I've seen are mixed. I'd love to hear from a user who actually gets to play and or make one up first hand.
      Thanks!