October 31, 2020

These custom masks may not beat Face ID, but they could do some good

These custom masks may not beat Face ID, but they could do some good

It might have started as a novelty idea, but a Twitter pitch for “Face ID compatible respirator masks” went to some unexpectedly cool places.

It started on Saturday when Danielle Baskin — “a product designer, situation designer, visual artist, and the CEO of Dialup.com,” according to her website — floated the idea of printing faces onto respirator masks. You know, like the kind you’d use to ward off illness, prevent people nearby from catching whatever you’ve got, or protect from air pollution.

Made this service that prints your face on an N95 mask, so you can protect people from viral epidemics while still being able to unlock your phone.

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— Danielle Baskin (@djbaskin) …

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