AiR for android has been designed and developed in order to provide the public with an easier way to visualize the pollution around them and gain a clearer picture before the levels rise to a point th
AiR - Pollution Visualizer
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Air Pollution refers to the release of foreign particles into the atmosphere which is harmful to our health and the planet as a whole. This has been a subject of concern and intense study in recent years due to the deteriorating air quality.
A large number of programs have been put in place to check on the ever-rising pollution levels. Success of any nation in implementing such programs depends on the support of its subjects. Bringing awareness plays a major role in garnering this support. The current advances in AR Technology has allowed for greater ways of making the intangible objects like pollutants tangible.
AiR aims at spreading awareness in an interactive way about the different pollutants, their sources, and health impacts. It allows data to be easily understood by the public and inspire or aid further studies into preserving the beauty of our planet.
Mentors: Dr. Sridhar Chimalakonda , Dr. Suresh Jain
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An initiative by
Research in Intelligent Software & Human Analytics (RISHA) Lab,
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Tirupati.
This app is under development and is being continuously improved hence it may contain data that may not be reliable at all times. It is an effort to bring awareness about air pollution levels to the public. The author is not responsible for any damages caused. Please use the data from this app at your own discretion. Giving all credits where credit’s due.
All raw data which was processed and used in this app has been obtained from the online portal of the Central Pollution Control Board of India (CPCB). We are thankful to CPCB for making this data publicly available.
The real-time data displayed by the app is obtained through the AQICN API. We are thankful to the World Air Quality Index Project for making the data publicly available.