After several rumors, Razer will make its Project Hazel gamer mask a reality with RGB lights and fans
During CES 2021 Razer surprised by presenting his prototype of smart mask, Project Hazel. It is a reusable gamer mask that has several functions, including fans, speaker and RGB lights (red, blue and green).
After several rumors about its development, the company confirmed the launch of its product. In an interview with Yahoo Finance Min-Liang Tan, CEO of Razer, revealed that users will be able to buy their device.
“We were thinking, this is a conceptual project and it will be relevant when the vaccines and everything have been implemented. We are going to proceed to make the smart mask a reality “
Project Hazel It is not only designed to offer protection to people, but it also has several characteristics technological that could help people.
What is Project Hazel like?
The smart mask It is shaped like an N95 mask, but transparent. What would help communication between people since you could see the gestures of the mouth and if necessary you could read lips.
On the sides it features RGB Chroma fans to illuminate the user’s face at night. What’s more, Razer confirmed that it filters incoming and outgoing air.
Project Hazel it also integrates a microphone on the inside and two external speakers. In this sense, it uses Voicemap technology to amplify the voice without distorting it, in this way it seems that the person does not use a face mask.
The smart mask It has a wireless charging case that also sterilizes it.
“We are going to solve the sustainable aspect of the mask, which is one of the most important things for us. Project Hazel is going to be a reality. We are going to make it happen. I think that all of us, unfortunately, will wear masks for a long time ”
Although it confirmed the production of Project Hazel, Razer He did not indicate a launch date or advance its possible price. It should be noted that before going on the market it must have the approvals of different health entities such as the FDA and CDC.
Despite the arrival of vaccines, some health authorities have indicated that the use of mask it will last for a few more years.
“This is a project concept that will be relevant even as vaccines and everything develop,” said Min-Liang Tan, CEO of Razer.