Demand for face masks these days is off the charts so it's no surprise that all sorts of designers in Toronto are taking a stab at designing their own versions.
LuxMea Studio, a multidisciplinary design studio with offices in Toronto and Boston, has an idea for a face mask that goes beyond the usual cotton or polyester varieties. So far, they've raised over $100,000 to begin the mass production of masks made by 3D printers.
But more novel than just the 3D printing method, what sets these masks apart is that they'll be made using AI technology so they're individually tailored to each wearer.
According to LuxMea, these face masks will also be comfortable, sleek and stylish to ensure they can be safely worn for long periods of time.
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