Razer is billing project Hazel as “the world’s smartest mask.” With some very useful features and requisite Razer LED’s, the mask does offer more than the standard surgical or cloth covers. Interesting to consider the PPE other tech companies might come up with. What features would an Apple mask have?
From the Verge:
The main features of this mask lie within its two circular zones that flank your mouth. They’re used for ventilation, giving the device an almost futuristic gas mask look. Razer claims Project Hazel will use active disc-type ventilators, filtering air that’s breathed in, as well as the CO2 that’s being exhaled. The company adds that it will be certified to filter 95 percent of airborne particles, including the COVID-19 virus and other common pathogens.
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