Device is turning car exhaust into ink that you can write with, while pulling pollution out of the air

A revolutionary new technology is allowing scientists to turn the carbon dioxide (and other pollutants) released from car exhaust into ink. Literal ink. Yes, I know.

The company spearheading the initiative is called Graviky Labs and, according to their website, they have cleaned 1.6 trillion litres of air so far.

Obviously pollution is a problem and,

“Graviky has developed KAALINK, a retrofit technology which captures carbon emissions from vehicles or chimneys before it enters our atmosphere,” the company states.

The device “captures 95% of the particular matter pollution without inducing back-pressure.”

The device is now available for private demonstrations. So what do you think of this technology? Let us know in the comments!

h/t via Minds

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