Covid-19 Update 2.0 facial mask - (PPE) Personal Protection Equipment - Design Concept

Covid-19 Update 2.0 facial mask - (PPE) Personal Protection Equipment - Design Concept

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Description

Description

The challenge will be to design an open-source full face mask that is capable of being used as Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and that can be manufactured by individuals using tools already standardized and broadly accessible in the open communities.

Some interesting analogy to do with nature and biomimetism, exoskeleton for the structure, transparent shell for eyes protection, porous membrane for air purification, second skin sealing.


Version 1.0 Publication - https://gallery.autodesk.com/projects/149186/full-face-mask---ppe-personal-protection-equipment---design-concept

More in: https://autodeskadvocates.influitive.com/challenges

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Comments

I hope we will never have to wear such a mask. Distophic horror.

14 days ago

I like it very much. Hope that I ever will reach this level of 3d design.

4 months ago

wonderful 2nd version

4 months ago

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