“Project Hazel” should filter up to 95% of airborne particles
American manufacturer, Razer, which specialises in gaming hardware and accessories, has recently showcased a surprising new product at this year’s CES fair.
Described as a high-tech face mask, “Project Hazel” stands apart with its futuristic look, built-in microphones and integrated lighting effects. The mask also comes with adjustable fit and a silicon guard around the nose and chin to help keep it sealed.
According to Razer, “Project Hazel”, which is still a prototype, should be able to filter up to 95% of airborne particles, including viruses. Furthermore, thanks to its built-in microphones and amplifiers, it ensures the wearer can be heard and understood at all times.
When it is not being worn, the face mask can also be stored in its case, where it not only recharges but also sterilises itself via UV light.
At this point in time, there is still no release date for the mask.