Monday, 25 January, 2021

Razer says this is the world's smartest mask

Razer’s Wild Gaming Chair and Smart Mask Are Concept Gadgets Designed to Battle the Woes of 2021 Razer’s concept gaming cockpit is surprisingly sensible
Cecil Davis | 13 January, 2021, 20:52

That means the mask's interior lights up automatically when dark - illuminating your mouth. However the company says the mask also has a "low light mode".

Unfortunately, Razer has not provided a price, release date, or even a release window for the Project Hazel mask.

Razer aims to conduct testing of the concept with top esports professionals to determine its feasibility, comfort, and performance.

Of course, to be clear, Project Hazel is only a concept project, and is extremely unlikely to come to market in its current form, if at all.

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Its intelligent design also includes a wireless charging case which has an Ultra Violet sterilisation system built into it. It also glows from red to green to indicate battery level. It can be custom-made to fit your face shape.

Around the outside of the mask, there's also a silicone seal created to prevent air from leaking in from outside and, of course, the inclusion of Razer Chroma RGB lighting lets everyone know you're a real gamer. The silicon guard sits around your face to prevent air leaking in. Sure we have had plenty of people jumping in with designer brands and plenty of Etsy stores printing virtually anything on the facial covering of your choice, but nobody has put the word Smart in front of the word Mask - that is until now. This case should keep your mask safe when it's not in use.

For people who have been largely stuck at home for the better part of the year and are yearning for some more engaging entertainment, Razer's Project Brooklyn is basically an attempt to transform a typical gaming chair into a full-on futuristic battle station. "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. The chair comes with a compact table tucked into its 4D armrests. The idea is that by making them retractable, users will be able to more easily manoeuvre themselves into Razer's sci-fi gaming pod or quickly switch between console or PC gaming. Project Brooklyn uses Razer Hypersense technology to provide near-zero latency. And because they're made by a gaming company, they are naturally filled with customizable RGB lighting.

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