CES 2021: Face Masks Are Going High-Tech Thanks To A Gaming Company

Razer Project Brooklyn Concept

Project Hazel, as it's known, is a concept mask which uses an N95 medical-grade respirator system combined with active ventilators and a bacterial filtration system to keep 95 per cent of airborne dangers at bay. "A natural progression and evolution of this initiative, the multi-use Project Hazel smart mask from Razer addresses the increased emphasis on hygiene and preparedness for unexpected health risks as well as the environmental issues of disposable masks, while enhancing the features of a multi-use personal protective covering".

Here to solve the challenges of modern pandemic mask-wearing is.gaming gear company Razer?! This social feature should even work at night thanks to a handy low-light mode that automatically activates interior RGB lights so people can read your facial cues, even in darker conditions. But what if you could get the same lighting on a facial mask? Additionally, there is a microphone built into the mask that allows for voices to be amplified instead of muffled. "The Project Hazel smart mask concept is meant to be functional, yet comfortable and useful for interacting with the world, while maintaining a sociable aesthetic". It can be custom-made to fit your face shape.

The smart mask also features active air cooling and regulation, an air-tight seal from its adjustable ear loops, and a wireless fast charging box that can sanitize the mask with disinfecting UV-light. It has replaceable filters and ventilators. The company describes it as a gaming chair that transforms into a full-fledged entertainment rig, delivering next-gen immersion for PC and console gaming. "Given the cost of regular gaming chairs and that this one wants to utilize a 60" OLED display, I can't imagine it'll be less than $1,000. It lets you switch between console gaming to PC gaming with a mouse and keyboard easily. "This year, the firm has imagined what could be considered the ideal next-generation gaming setup in the form of a Razer gaming cockpit, dubbed 'Project Brooklyn". And since it's a Razer product, the mask has fully customizable RGB-enabled lighting.

Project Brooklyn's leather-stitched seat has cushions that support your unique body shape, as per the company.



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