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With coronavirus still active in all of the world everyone is still expected to wear masks everywhere. That's fine! But why do the masks have to be so boring? Let's make them fun. In this project I'll walk you through how you can make your own cyperpunk-ish mask.
It is a smartphone-controlled face mask. The exterior parts are 3d printed. it is the first generation smartphone-controlled face mask. We can control putting on and putting off our mask using our smartphone.It uses ultrasonic sensors and node mcu(esp 8266).
Visually impaired people cannot clearly understand the feelings of the person they are talking to. With this project, they can easily understand the thoughts and feelings of the people they are talking about. I'm using Google Joy Detector software with Google Text to Speech api.
I wanted to make something like the gloves in Half-Life: Alyx. I also slapped as many sensors on it as I could. It can sense temperature, humidity, pressure, light, altitude (calculated from pressure) and distance.