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This futuristic device claims to turn polluted air into fresh oxygen. The Treepex, officially launched on Monday (9 Oct), is worn on the face and is said to replicate a tree???s process in filtering air. The Tbilisi, Georgia-based developers say the innovation contains "the DNA of millions of leaves compressed into the brain of the device, the so-called cartridge". Using "CRISPR technology" they explain: "the most important part of our device is the cartridge. The airflow, when you breath through the device, goes through the block composition of the cartridge. The block consists of individual types of modules, cleaning the air in a so-called passive and active process." A mobile app continuously synchronises, showing updates on polluted air transformed into fresh oxygen, while monitoring pulmonary activity. Treepex takes no more than 30 minutes to charge with wireless charging technology., which should provide 24 hours of clean air. The firm's campaign, launched as ??sbreathe your own forest,??? has this week invited interested parties to subscribe via Treepex.com to become one of its closed-beta version users and be the first to try the device out. "I knew I had to take action when I started having troubles breathing during summer in my hometown," Lasha Kvantaliani, CTO & Co-founder of Treepex said, "and I knew it had to be technologically innovative, portable and easy to use, so you can take it anywhere you like at any time." Where: Georgia When: 11 Oct 2017 Credit: Treepex/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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EN_01283601_0002 COV
This futuristic device claims to turn polluted air into fresh oxygen. The Treepex, officially launched on Monday (9 Oct), is worn on the face and is said to replicate a tree???s process in filtering air. The Tbilisi, Georgia-based developers say the innovation contains "the DNA of millions of leaves compressed into the brain of the device, the so-called cartridge". Using "CRISPR technology" they explain: "the most important part of our device is the cartridge. The airflow, when you breath through the device, goes through the block composition of the cartridge. The block consists of individual types of modules, cleaning the air in a so-called passive and active process." A mobile app continuously synchronises, showing updates on polluted air transformed into fresh oxygen, while monitoring pulmonary activity. Treepex takes no more than 30 minutes to charge with wireless charging technology., which should provide 24 hours of clean air. The firm's campaign, launched as ??sbreathe your own forest,??? has this week invited interested parties to subscribe via Treepex.com to become one of its closed-beta version users and be the first to try the device out. "I knew I had to take action when I started having troubles breathing during summer in my hometown," Lasha Kvantaliani, CTO & Co-founder of Treepex said, "and I knew it had to be technologically innovative, portable and easy to use, so you can take it anywhere you like at any time." Where: Georgia When: 11 Oct 2017 Credit: Treepex/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
Editorial use only
EN_01283601_0005 COV
This futuristic device claims to turn polluted air into fresh oxygen. The Treepex, officially launched on Monday (9 Oct), is worn on the face and is said to replicate a tree???s process in filtering air. The Tbilisi, Georgia-based developers say the innovation contains "the DNA of millions of leaves compressed into the brain of the device, the so-called cartridge". Using "CRISPR technology" they explain: "the most important part of our device is the cartridge. The airflow, when you breath through the device, goes through the block composition of the cartridge. The block consists of individual types of modules, cleaning the air in a so-called passive and active process." A mobile app continuously synchronises, showing updates on polluted air transformed into fresh oxygen, while monitoring pulmonary activity. Treepex takes no more than 30 minutes to charge with wireless charging technology., which should provide 24 hours of clean air. The firm's campaign, launched as ??sbreathe your own forest,??? has this week invited interested parties to subscribe via Treepex.com to become one of its closed-beta version users and be the first to try the device out. "I knew I had to take action when I started having troubles breathing during summer in my hometown," Lasha Kvantaliani, CTO & Co-founder of Treepex said, "and I knew it had to be technologically innovative, portable and easy to use, so you can take it anywhere you like at any time." Where: Georgia When: 11 Oct 2017 Credit: Treepex/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
Editorial use only
EN_01282180_0001 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0002 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0005 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0006 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0007 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0008 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0009 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0010 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0011 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0012 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0013 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0014 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0003 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi
EN_01282180_0004 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8492 Air1 05/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Treepex A pocket device is promising to turn polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen to help prevent health problems.CCalled Treepex, it is held in the mouth , draws in air from either side and filters through special replaceable cartridges for breathing in through the nose..The team behind it from Tbilisi in Georgia, says it uses living tree cells compressed in replaceable cartridges to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen.It effectively emulates a tree???s ability to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen.The mouthpiece has an LED indicator that lets the user know when it???s time to change the cartridge.It also comes with a wireless fast charger that takes around 30 minutes to recharge the device. A full charge is said to guarantee around 24 hours of use.The product is still under development and the company wants interested parties to sign up to try out a prototype.It has been invented by entrepreneurs Bacho Khachidze and Lasha Kvantaliani.They said: ??s When you take a look at a leaf with a microscope you can see the cells which are responsible for the photosynthesis. ??sAnd that???s only a very, very little part of the entire leaf. ??sSimply, think about this as if thousands of leaves were squeeze into the small cartridge.??sMore than 5.5 million people worldwide are dying prematurely every year as a result of air pollution. ??sIt???s been the cause of health problems as varied as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight gain .??sA recent rreport even linked air pollution to kidney diseases.??sWe knew something had to change and that???s why we decided to develop Treepex.???They added:??? It???s a revolutionary pocket-device, which transforms polluted air into clean, fresh oxygen. ??sThis means that from now on, you can breath fresh air, wherever you are, wherever you go, whenever you want.??sThe device is easy to use, portable, and handy. ??sJust imagine taking your bi