If you have to wear a mask (and you do), it can be a super-cool, high-tech mask with a translucent plastic front, voice-amplification technology, and RGB lighting effects.
Every year at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, gaming hardware manufacturer razors demo conceptual projects that may or may not wind up to become real. This year, along with a changeable gaming chair with a retractable display, the company is showing Project Hazel, “the world’s most successful mask.” It is an N95 mask with dual rechargeable active ventilators providing bi-directional filtration. The mask part is transparent, allowing people to see your smiling face. The silicone frame protects the mask from pressing against your nose and mouth. And yes, the filter has RGB lighting, which can serve as charge indicators as well as decoration.
Being a reusable mask, Project Hazel will come with wireless charging box with UV light sterilization functionality. The idea is that people will wear it all day and then leave it in the box for cleaning overnight.
Razor did some amazing work over the past year in terms of Kovid-19 relief, distributing more than one million disposable face masks to health care workers in the frontline to convert manufacturing lines. That said, Project Hazel is more than I imagined when listening to my words “razor face mask.”
Razer’s second CES concept is Project Brooklyn. It is a transforming gaming chair. It has got a bendable screen that protrudes from behind the headrest and a tray that exits the armrest.
This is a very good idea, though I don’t see it coming anytime soon.
If this happens, sign me up for a power wheelchair retrofitting.
Can know about Project hazel And Project brooklyn On their official pages on Razor’s website.