I'm a senior student in highschool requesting assistance and/or evaluation of a small-scale electrostatic filter for computer usage as a dust remover to prevent or mitigate build up of dust inside a computer. Isometric pictures of the main parts are available. It is basically an electrostatic filter for a computer that attatches to the outside intake vent of a computer which positively charges the incoming air in to order for it to be collected by a negatively charged collection plate. I did some research on how an electrostatic precipitator works, and I think i've got it down. Not only that, I have also implimented a easy cleaning method to the collection plate, by allowing the collection plates to turn by a basic pulley system. It is intented to work almost like window blinds. So far there are 3 parts: The base (where the positive charger housing and the collection plate housing set go), the positive charger housing, and the collection plate housing. My major concern is if this is a viable way to deal with the dust/computer problem.