In these times of epidemic, people who are forced to go out, buy or work, have to do so with caution and precautionary measures. One of the first recommendations made when the alarm went off was due to coronavirus use of masks, because it is the easiest way to avoid to some extent to breathe in contaminated space. This has created a problem, and that is that today most of our devices are turned on with FaceID, and the mask prevents face recognition from working.
Although Apple has already provided a solution to this with software, the most comfortable thing would be to be able to choose a system that allows us to unlock our devices with a mask in general.
Xiaomi in helping
Once the popular Chinese brand has proven over the years, it is on the range of its range. The company lives on not just smartphones, which make from socks to vacuum cleaners or electric toothbrushes, among others.
Now, though, he seems to be part of his efforts to create a different product than we are used to. Under the name of the project Aeri, from Huami, one of Xiaomi's lower-end brands, A mask was created that would allow use of SpaceID even though it was worn.
Huami Aeri's trick in this is the fact that will be obvious, according to Xiaomi. While we're skeptical of it, because FaceID is based not only on looks but also on the shape and depth of our features, there are elements of this mask that make us see with the best of eyes
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Fixed filters, UV light and even follower
Aside from its capabilities to unlock the smartphone too, which we hope Xiaomi will provide more details about, this mask has an N95 certificate, with up to 95% protection against harmful air pollutants. Also it has a small ultraviolet light that illuminates it
For now Only the sketches of what the mask in question will look like are shared, and although it looks great on paper, it has to be seen to be realized in order to know how well it has been able to fulfill its promises. Either way, it's ready for Xiaomi to get into a project that can be very useful in the future.