Pollution ink

Anirudh Sharma is a Singaporean who has pulled ink from thin air.

Polluted air, to be exact.

For those who haven’t heard of Air-Ink, it’s this nifty invention by Anirudh Sharma (co-founder of Graviky Labs), and it’s the world’s first ink created by collecting soot emitted from vehicles and purifying it into a carbon pigment that can be used to manufacture various types of inks and paints.

So basically, it’s air pollution that’s transformed into ink — and it’s a pretty cool way of contributing to saving the environment.

Source: www.coconuts.co

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