Face mask is the new normal if we are expected to return life to normal. That said, if you don’t trust anything other than N95 masks, well then, AirQueen.com has good news.
We have seen a number masks since the start of the pandemic. From DIY HEPA filter face mask to branded ones from the likes of New Balance and Under Armour to fun face masks – we thought we seen it all.
adidas is not only selling face mask and contributing to Save the Children’s Global Coronavirus Response Fund. Like Nike, it is also turning out face shields to support U.S. healthcare organizations, first responders and “underserved communities” who do not have access to adequate supplies.
While Danielle Baskin is still prepping to sell you Face ID compatible respirator masks, a photo studio in Kerala, India is already selling custom face masks printed with the image of customers’ lower face in its studio.
Razer pledged to supply face masks to Singapore is nearing fruition. The company has announced that will be sponsoring face masks for all Singaporean adults and residents through a network of mask vending machines.
What you are looking at is an emergency ventilator developed by custom gaming PC maker, Maingear. Working with a board of advisors made up of medical professionals and experts in the field, the prototype of the emergency ventilator named LIV was materialized in a matter of 2 weeks.
Welcome to 2020. It is the year where mankind’s existence is threatened by an invisible enemy. While it may not seem all so apocalyptic, yet, donning the BioVYZR Powered Air-filtration Protective Shield definitely make us look we are in the middle of the Fallout storyline.
Here’s an novel concept design of a thermometer that won’t make taking temperature feels like someone is pointing a gun to your head.
The perks of having your own factory is, you can actually help to make medical accessories required by frontline healthcare works to soldier on in wage against COVID-19. Joining the likes of Dyson, Lamborghini, New Balance, Razer and more in the fight against the pandemic is LEGO.
Since WHO had a change of tune a few weeks ago on the policy of wearing a face mask, there have been a flood of instructions on how to make your own face mask, ranging from HEPA filter-made contraption to easy-to-make no-sew variety. The Everymask by Roo Williams you see here is yet another.