The world’s smartest mask, according to Razer. Project Hazel (which is still a concept and not a real product) is presented as an alternative to traditional masks offering extra functionality as a built-in microphone and speaker for easy communication. Likewise, it can be disinfected to be reusable and incorporates the characteristic lighting elements of Razer.
According to Razer, it is a smart N95 mask. First of all, it is worth noting that still has not received any type of certification medical to endow it with any standard. In fact, the mask at the moment is a conceptual project and there are no details of when or how it will be available on the market. It is neither the first not the last in these times.
Futuristic mask for present times
There are several elements for which this mask stands out from the others. Among all these elements, the most impressive are the two filters on the sides of the mask. Active filters allow CO2 to be expelled and oxygen incorporated when inhaled. They indicate that it will be prepared to filter 95% of airborne particles, including the COVID-19 virus as well.
The filters are removable and interchangeable, thus allowing the mask to be reused. It is not yet clear how or how often this process will have to be done, although they propose to notify the user through a mobile app whenever the change is required. On the other hand, it has a disinfectant box to clean the mask in its entirety.
Within these filters we also find a microphone and speakers. The idea with this is to improve communication with others. The microphone picks up what is being spoken and amplifies it to the outside through the two filters. Added to this is the fact that the mask is transparent to make it easier to read lips and gesture, according to Razer.
Finally, the side filters They incorporate LED rings that allow you to place RGB lights the color that the user wants. In addition, at night, internal LEDs illuminate the mouth to, once again, facilitate lip reading and gestures.
Otherwise, the mask comes with a silicone protector on the sides to seal the air intake from the outside to the inside beyond the one that passes through the filters. It also has adjustable ear bands, as long as the mask adapts better to the face and size of each user.
At the moment, there is little else about the mask. Project Hazel still requires development and certifications before reaching users. Regardless of what happens to COVID-19, the mask may have a promising future in a world where we are increasingly aware of the importance of protecting ourselves from outside air. And, as extravagant as it sounds with those LEDs, it’s still more discreet than others.
Via | Razer
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