During one of my recent shifts at the Olympic Curling Center in the Olympic park I stumbled across an odd machine right inside the the venue overlooking the curling ice. At first I could not figure out what this strange machine was or why it was in an Olympic venue taking up walking space for spectators. However, I soon discover a sign explaining the function of the odd contraption. It turns out the machine had been installed by the PyeongChang organizing committee and the Gangwon Institute of Health and Enviorment to measure the air quality inside the venue. This shows the thought and care the organizing committee put into the enviormental impact of thier games and was very interesting to see this type of technology put to use in order to help preserve things once the games close.