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NUMASK / Mask

NUMASK
NUMASK

Typical masks use ear strips that attach to the user, which may cause discomfort for the user’s ears.

In contrast to typical masks, the NUMASK uses a flexible material to pinch both sides of the face to replace the ear strips.

In countries that have a lot of motorcycles or scooters, such as Taiwan, riders often forget to wear masks before putting on their helmets, and then they have to take off their helmets to put the masks on.

NUMASK can solve this problem. The flexible supportive frame has a certain strength so that it can be directly inserted in the gap between the helmet and face and pinch the two sides of the face.

University

National Yunlin University of Science and Technology ( YunTech )

National Yunlin University of Science and Technology ( YunTech )
Taichung, Taiwan

Mr. Yu-Cheng Yang

Design

Yu-Cheng Yang

Yu-Cheng Yang
Taichung, Taiwan

Mr. Yu-Cheng Yang