Face masks are presently part of our everyday lives, but the majority of us wear a simple cloth or disposable mask once we venture out into the shop. Razer introduced its take on an intelligent mask back at CES in January. It was only a prototype named Project Hazel, but today Hazel is turning into a reality. Add to this translucent plastic allowing individuals to observe if you laugh or grin, Razer VoiceAmp Technology relying on built-in microphones to enhance and improve your voice, and inside lighting to light your lower face if it is dim. And needless to say, there is RGB light on the outside of the mask.
The only things missing are a launch date and cost, but it surely won’t be inexpensive, especially when compared with fabric masks. “We’re thinking, this really is a theory project, and so is this going to be more applicable when vaccinations and that which was rolled out. I believe moving ahead we chose — and I will tell you today — we will move in making it a reality and send the wise mask,” Tan explained. “We have realized that with vaccinations we’re hearing you still must get masked up since there’s still the risk variable that even when you’re vaccinated you need to be incredibly cautious” Project Hazel is not any ordinary mask.
Since Yahoo News reports, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan affirmed during a meeting with Yahoo Finance which Project Hazel Will ship. It follows Razer’s commitment annually to fabricate face masks with existing manufacturing facilities and also offer them via vending machines in Singapore. Then the company began exploring”the top mask” and came up with Project Hazel.