An Israeli company created a remotely controlled face mask that can be worn while eating — here's what it's like

published 19.05.2020 14:19

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Israeli company Avtipus Patents and Inventions unveiled a design for a mask that can be worn while eating, Eli Berlzon at Reuters reported.

The mask is controlled by a handheld lever, which opens or closes the mouth opening, but it could also open automatically when a fork comes near it, according to company VP Asaf Gitelis.

The company told Reuters that it plans to begin manufacturing the masks within a few months, priced between $0.85 and $2.85 above standard medical masks.

Reuters Remote controlled mask.

Reuters Remote controlled mask.