This weekend, ND7 printed an article on iSPEX on page 19. ND7 is a part of the national newspaper “Nederlands Dagblad”.
Sunday Oktober 21, between 8 en 10 am the radio program Vroege Vogels broadcasted an interview with members of the iSPEX team on Radio1. In this interview, Martijn Smit and Frans Snik explain why iSPEX is an important experiment that needs your support.
Click here to listen to the (Dutch only) interview.
Although the iSPEX concept can be used for many smartphones, until now, we have focused our attention of the iSPEX design mainly on an iSPEX for the iPhone. No wonder, MacFan.nl gets enthousiastic about it. Read their (Dutch only) report.
Aerosols can be particularly troublesome for people with allergies or astma. Read the Astma Foundation’s report on iSPEX on their website (Dutch only).
On October 10, the iSPEX team foto appeared as the ASTRON Daily Image.
- The text on the top says: My vote for the Labyrint Public Award goes to:
- Select your favourite project (preferably Team iSPEX).
- Press the Stem (= vote) button
- Thank you for your help!
The vote above concerns the “Labyrint Public Award”. It is part of the Academic Yearprize (Academische Jaarprijs 2012).
You can vote until wednesday October 24, 6 p.m. Labyrint wil devote one TV episode to the winning project.
We already anounced the final design earlier, and artist impressions are shown on this site. With proud, we show you the pictures of the prototype of the final design. This time, no artist impressions but actual 3D-printed, real iSPEX iPhone add-ons. We will produce 10.000 add-ons of this design, if we win the Academische Jaarprijs 2012.
You can vote now for the Labyrint public-award. Of course, we ask you to vote for the iSPEX project. Vote here!
Labyrint wil devote one TV episode to the winning project.
MIMAQ is Mobile Individual Measurements of Air Quality. This description could be given to iSPEX as well! Therefore, MIMAQ has an extensive (Dutch only) report on their website:
Last Friday, two Dutch national newspapers, NRC and NRC-Next published an article on iSPEX. Hester van Santen writes an extensive report on the advantages of the use of this smartphone add-on for aerosol research.