Labs Idea #17: Thermal Comfort Sensor
A problem of many air conditioned environments is the missing user feedback. An individual's "perceived temperature" is not accounted for by most climate controls. In some applications (e.g. luxury cars) infrared sensors are used to measure a drivers' skin temperature to assess his thermal comfort. However, it is known, that wind chill effects can make people feel cold, even when ambient temperature remains unchanged. Learn more
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