Razer unveils its ‘Project Hazel’ smart mask concept

Singapore-American multinational tech company Razer, which designs, develops and sells consumer electronics, debuted at CES Tuesday with a smart mask prototype called “Project Hazel” with a prototype that looks like it would fit perfectly into a rave. According to Mashable, the mask, available in black or white, is made from translucent plastic material, so you can see the wearer’s mouth when speaking. To overcome the usual mask damping effects and make listening easier, it contains a microphone and amplifier. The inside lights up when it’s dark outside, so you can still see inside.

The exterior features two lighting zones with millions of color options and a suite of dynamic lighting effects. However, it’s not all a flashy aesthetic; Razer states that the mask comes with “N95 medical grade respiratory protection”. Users can take out the fans and recharge and clean them in the UV light sanitized charging box. It also comes with something called “Smart Pods” which supposedly filters 95% of the bacteria. Adjustable ear loops and silicone lining for a snug, personalized fit.

“Project Hazel” is still a conceptual product, which means it’s not a real product that Razer is bringing to market. According to Mashable, he’s basically releasing this super vibrant mask out into the world to see what people think, and then he’s going to move on with the idea. (ANI)

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  • Singapore-American multinational tech company Razer, which designs, develops and sells consumer electronics, debuted at CES Tuesday with a smart mask prototype called “Project Hazel” with a prototype that looks like it would fit perfectly into a rave.
  • Razer unveils its ‘Project Hazel’ smart mask concept