Razer claims to have made the smartest mask in the world: its new reusable N95 respirator, called Project Hazel. This is a conceptual design with a sleek shell made of waterproof and scratch-resistant recycled plastic. The shell is transparent and allows you to read your lips and see facial prompts when chatting with people.
Currently, there are no additional prices or release dates. Razer refers to the Hazel project as an N95 surgical procedure, but it has not received any necessary approvals and certifications from the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.In the statement edgeRazer said it is working with a team of medical experts and scientists who are helping to develop masks.
The main feature of this mask is its two circular areas, which are located on the sides of your mouth. They are used for ventilation, giving the device a nearly futuristic gas mask appearance. Razer claims that the Hazel Project will use active disc fans to filter inhaled air and exhaled carbon dioxide. The company added that it will be certified to filter out 95% of airborne particles, including the COVID-1
These ventilators are detachable and rechargeable, although Razer is still finalizing details on two very important factors: how long they will be effective and how Razer will remind users when they need to replace a new ventilator.A spokesperson told edge The life of the ventilator is still being tested, and when the filter needs to be replaced, Razer envisions notifying users through a mobile companion app.
The built-in microphone and amplifier in the ventilator project your voice through the mask, so you don’t have to worry about the low voice. We haven’t seen this action yet, or have the opportunity to try it ourselves. Razer told us that it is working with THX sound engineers to ensure that the speakers are balanced in terms of the volume that they should reach when they reach the auxiliary function.
Razer claims that despite all the technology built in, the Hazel project is still comfortable. The mask uses a silicone shield to seal around your nose and chin, and uses adjustable ear rings so that most people can find the right way to wear it (although it may be much heavier than your normal mask).
Of course, if it does not support Chroma RGB LED, it will not be a modern Razer product. Each respirator-conference-amplifier ring can glow in the color you choose. Moreover, when it gets dark, a set of LEDs will automatically activate to emit light on your mouth so that other people can still see you speaking. It’s hard to tell how effective these LEDs are at fully illuminating your mouth, but they may still be helpful.
Razer envisions that each Project Hazel mask will include a large charging box that can be sterilized with ultraviolet light when it is not in use.
Most of us already have countless masks, but there are definitely places in the world for Hazel Projects-if there are any.
Razer has released another message for CES 2021, which is purely conceptual. It’s called the Brooklyn Project, (because you don’t know from the name), it is a high-end gaming chair with built-in tactile and flexible OLED screen. In theory, it supports input from all game sources, making it the ultimate game station. However, without attending CES in person, it seems that Razer does not need to create a physical model of the Brooklyn plan. We will see if certain aspects of this idea can be applied to future products; Rumble’s touch seems to be the most practical component.