Face-recognition respirator masks.
Unlock your devices with a surgical mask that looks just like you.
We make N95 respiratory masks that work with facial recognition software.
Our masks are custom printed with your face making phone access easy during viral epidemics. It even works with TrueDepth.
Be protective and be recognized. It's so easy.
Upload your face using our web app.
Natural lighting works best! We recommend taking your photos during daylight.
Tweak your digital proof.
Preview your mask on your face and fix any alignment issues.
We print your face on the mask.
Then we do our printing magic. We'll also match the mask's elastic band to your skin tone.
How do we do it?
After uploading your face, we use computational mapping to convert your facial features into an image printed onto the surface of N95 surgical masks without distortion.
Our printer uses inks made of natural dyes. It's non-toxic and doesn't affect breathability.
You can use your mask for everyday life as a barrier for airborne particle droplets.
If you're sick, wearing a mask makes it hard to use your biometric data to access your phone.
While some companies have been funded to work on technology that identifies medical mask-wearers, we created a less complicated version: printing your face on the mask itself.
Will this unlock my phone?
Yes. After research and tests, we developed a contoured version of our masks that are compatible with depth sensors. You just need to set it as an additional face.
Is this a joke?
Yes. No. We're not sure. Viruses are not a joke. Wash your hands when you can. And get vaccines when you can.
How can I get one?
If you enjoy late stage capitalism, facial recognition respirator masks will retail for $40 per mask. They are still in development.
We will not be making these while there's still a global mask shortage.
Get notified when we launch.
Reach out to us with inquiries or comments.
Resting Risk Face is a design firm in San Francisco that makes trendy dystopian products.