Hardware hardware maker Razer makes face masks with RGB lighting features and voice guessing features. Masks, with active disc-type ventilators will be visible, allowing others to see your entire face while speaking, allowing them to learn facial expressions with clear construction.
The company launched the project back in January, calling it Project Hazel. The company unveiled the masks at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this year. Razer has donated more than a million masks since April last year and decided to continue making his own mask instead. The masks will have a split of the N95, which scientists say is the most effective of the new post-epidemic standard. The company claims that the ventilation system provides 95% of the particles in the air and emits heat generated by the air, which is intended to avoid congestion.
Razer chief executive Min-Liang Tan told Yahoo Finance that the masks are in the “high quality” category so far, but the company has “fully invested” in them now.
In addition to the obvious design and ventilators, these masks will have built-in microphones, which will amplify the user’s voice as they speak. The company calls it “Voice AMP” technology and patents are currently pending. The Chroma RGB lamp will be surrounded by ventilation, which makes it look unique. The masks are also scratched and waterproof, which means you won’t have to worry about damage if you come out in the rain etc. They also have flexible ear plugs to make them more comfortable.
But all of this means that the mask is battery-powered, and Razer has built a charging case to keep it running. The company says the case is littered with an ultra-violet interior, which will kill bacteria like the cost of a mask.
“Project Hazel is our answer to what the smartest mask in the world could be,” said Charlie Bolton, Director of Design at Razer, in a masked video promotion.