It was only a matter of time: someone created a a breath mask that mimics the features of your face to continue using the system facial recognition for your mobile phone without removing it. It is at a moment when Wuhan's coronavirus, popularly known as COVID-19 has affected about 75,000 people and among other factors leading to the removal of the Software World Congress 2020, is underway.
The concept, as described in Daily Dot, was born since artist and composer Danielle Baskin, when in conversation with friends about the worldwide rise in the use of a respiratory mask in the event of the pandemic of the virus in Wuhan, he wondered how technology can be used such as the iPhone ID face program without removing the mask.
Your Answer? Easy: "stamp" the user's face on the mask itself.
"Face ID": a face mask for your face to unlock your mobile phone
Or it may be completely the project is authentic… more or less. On the Space ID Mask website they explain that, even though their purpose is get to sell the mask to all those who are "happy to hold on to it" for a price of $ 40, they explain that too so far, they are in the development phase, and that they will not start production or sales while there is still a shortage of these types of masks around the world.
The product itself does not have much mystery: there is only one NIOSH 95 or N95 type mask -Works with a high success rate of 92%, and most sought after by Chinese citizens-, which shows the user's face be able to use a biometric system based on facial recognition from your mobile phone without removing the mask.
When requesting a mask of this type, buyers will be required send a photo of your face – More capture during the day and in bright light areas-, and the company will use a computer mapping system Convert facial features to printed image
In case you want to find out more about the project, or just be notified there you can actually buy one of these masks, it is required to register by email on the official ID ID page. According to the artist, "unfortunately, the product has become a virus," and today there are more than 100 people signing up to wait to get their mask and face.
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