The conceptual 'Emergency Escape Filter' has been created as a piece of equipment that will keep users safe in the event of a fire to ensure that they can escape without having to worry about smoke inhalation.
The device works by expanding and being placed below the nostrils to filter out smoke as you breathe to ensure that you can easily find a fire extinguisher to help put out the flames or head to the nearest exit. Being that a large majority of the deaths from fires are caused from smoke inhalation, the device comes as a versatile device that would drastically reduce this from occurring.
The 'Emergency Escape Filter' is the design work of Hyun Yeol Shin.
Image Credit: Yanko Design
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