Razer says it’s intending to transport its idea reusable N95 face mask. Uncovered back in January, Project Hazel incorporates active disc-type ventilators, Chroma RGB lighting, and voice projection. The face mask is additionally straightforward, taking into account lip-reading and the ability to see facial signs when you converse with individuals.
“We were thinking, this is a concept project and is this going to be relevant when vaccinations and everything has been rolled out,” says Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan in an interview with Yahoo Finance. “We are going to proceed in making it a reality and ship the smart mask.”
Razer’s smart mask made its surprise debut at CES 2021 recently, with detachable and rechargeable ventilators and a glossy outside shell made of waterproof and scratch-resistant recycled plastic. The ventilators likewise go about as voice amplifiers, on account of microphones inserted inside so you don’t sound stifled while talking.
The Chroma RGB lighting permits the two ventilators to glow, and even automatically shine light onto your mouth when it gets dark, so others can see you talking. It’s a shrewd mask that is stacked with tech, yet Razer demands that it’s agreeable to wear on account of movable ear loops.
Razer hasn’t focused on an evaluating or a release date, and the organization will likewise require approvals and affirmations from the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or Occupational Safety and Health Administration. That is not preventing Razer from making this smart mask real, however.
“Project Hazel is going to be a reality,” says Tan. “We are going to make it happen and I think we will all be, unfortunately, wearing masks for a long time to come.”