COVID-19 Face Mask: 11 Effective Face Mask Designs From Around The World
In the last few months, face masks have become the ‘'new normal' and wearing a mask is an effective way to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 and people have been advised to wear one when they step out. However, in the middle of a pandemic, some people came up with more creative during this pandemic. From diamond & gold-covered COVID mask to invisible face masks look how the world's going gaga over making new innovative COVID-19 face masks:
Canadian company Mingle Mask had created invisible face masks that are completely clear.
French leather creator Anissa Mekrabech, 30-year-old, wearing the protective face mask she created for the deaf, and the hearing-impaired people poses in Toulouse, southern France. "Your lips are my ears": under this slogan, Anissa Mekrabech from Toulouse had launched a crowdfunding to develop a transparent "inclusive" mask allowing the lip reading for the deaf and the hearing-impaired people.
Israeli Jeweler Makes world's most expensive diamond and gold-covered COVID mask that costs over Rs 11 crore.
Fibre from a relative of the banana tree could be the savior for us, it could replace plastic in the face of millions of respiratory face masks. Abaca - a fibre from the Philippines used in tea bags and banknotes is as durable as polyester but will decompose also and within two months of time, said Philippine Fibre agency head Kennedy Costales. A study has been conducted by the Philippine Department of Science and Technology which shows abaca paper to be more water resistant than the most famous N-95 mask.
A Kerala photographer has nailed the face mask game. The owner of a photo studio, he came up with the ingenious idea of printing a person's face on the mask so they're easily recognisable.??
Shankar Kurade from Pimpri-Chinchwad of Pune district got himself a gold mask worth Rs 2.89 lakh to cover his face to protect himself from coronavirus.
C-mask tech-savvy face mask can be used to transcribe speech, take calls, or translate Japanese into eight different languages with the help of Donut Robotics’ proprietary app. The technology at play here is from its line of translator robots developed by Donut Robotics found on the airports, that got really popular. It took them only a month to adapt that into a smartphone app.
In Surat, a jewellery shop made diamond-studded face masks. These masks are normal masks, garnished with diamonds for the purposes of weddings and party events.