Earlier this year, the Safecast project teamed up with Chumby co-founder Andrew “Bunnie” Huang to launch an open-source map of radiation data across earthquake-ravaged Japan. Now, the group is taking a similar approach to measuring air quality across Los Angeles. On Wednesday, Safecast announced that it has received a $400,000 grant from the Knight Foundation to create real-time maps of air pollution in LA, in cooperation with Crash Space , an LA-based hackerspace.
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Safecast to create real-time maps of air quality in Los Angeles