Dave Mosher covered Air-Ink in a recent article for Business Insider. The piece focuses largely on the pollution capture process, in which the Graviky Labs team attaches their “Kaalink” device to a car’s exhaust pipe and capture up to 95% of soot emissions from a vehicle. The team then uses proprietary chemical process to turn this soot into printing inks. The process is carbon neutral. This differs greatly from the usual production of carbon black inks, which typically rely on the deliberate burning of fossil fuels. The full article can be read on Business Insider.