In the wake of George Floyd's murder, protests across the globe have erupted to combat police brutality, however, many protestors are fearful of police forces tracking their identity and personal data. As a result, the design firm Jip van Leeuwenstein has crafted the 'Surveillance Exclusion' mask that shields the wearer's identity from facial recognition software.
The Surveillance Exclusion mask fits over your face with ribbed patterns and lines that obscure your profile and distinct facial features such as eyebrows, lips, and jaw structure. In addition, the mask offers a unique eye slit that also disables facial recognition technologies form identifying you. Moreover, the lens-like mask is transparence, so wearers can still interact with people around them and have their facial expressions visible.
Image Credit: Jip van Leeuwenstein