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Coronavirus Surgical Masks: Print Your Face on Them!

Coronavirus surgical masksCoronavirus has sounded an alarm worldwide, causing panic among the majority of people. This is evidenced by the fact that people who wear surgical masks are constantly growing throughout their daily lives, wanting to be protected from the deadly virus. As a result, they all have the same face and are not easily recognizable in the crowd. On the occasion of this event, a designer and artist from San Francisco, Danielle Baskin, had the idea to create surgical masks on which users could print their faces. These are the personalized masks called Resting Risk Face, which are expected to be so plausible and realistic that they can be unlocked. users their mobiles phones with face recognition. Therefore, users will not have to remove their masks and at the same time there will be no risk of germs sticking.Danielle Baskin

Danielle Baskin said she thought her idea of ​​personalized Coronavirus surgical masks was extremely useful and important. She realizes, however, that her idea can stir up reactions and comments, as many may take it as a joke and ridicule it. It is worth noting, however, that 1000 people are already waiting to buy masks that will protect them from the Coronavio without hiding or altering their facial features.

As for the cost of these masks, they are estimated to be $ 40, although there is no official release date for the masks. Danielle Baskin points out that she does not intend to release them unless there is a worldwide shortage of masks. It is currently testing the credibility of face recognition in all Appliances.

These masks are not the only special construction of the designer. Instead he has invented other quirky products, such as a Pokeball-like battery and a digital "graveyard" for favorite addresses. URL that have expired.Coronavirus surgical masks

Finally, in order to get the Resting Risk Face mask you just need to upload a photo of yourself with a face through a web application. Baskin's service will print a photo of his face on the curved surface of the mask without altering its features. The interested party will then see a digital version of Face Rest Risk, and if approved, will be able to obtain it.

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