A low-cost device, designed to monitor the quality of well water from inside the home. CATTFish measures real-time conductivity and temperature to better understand how the ground water is changing in a rural area. Click here to view the lemonade project.
Speck is a low-cost, indoor fine particulate (PM2.5) monitor currently under development as a tool for citizen science and personal exposure tracking. Monitoring PM2.5 levels can help identify public health hazards related to air quality. This information can empower communities and individuals to understand and take control of their air quality. Note: Speck is not yet available for purchase - please fill out our Speck Interest Form (link below) for updates related to its future availability.