Dyson Zone is coming to compete with Razer, which at the beginning of the COVID pandemic launched RGB Razer Zephyr, an N95 / FPP2 protection mask with RGB, which did not work very well.
This time, the Dywin product is created by engineers with a little more experience, the Dyson Zone product promising both high quality sound and purified airflow, directed to the nose and mouth.
Dyson Zone promises to simultaneously address air quality and urban noise pollution, the company’s first step toward wearable technology.
As the world’s urban population continues to grow, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 9 out of 10 people globally breathe air that exceeds the permitted pollution limits. In cities where NO2 pollution fell during the Covid-19 pandemic (according to the Dyson quarantine indoor air quality study), pollution levels quickly returned to normal or exceeded pre-pandemic levels in many cities. global level. It is also estimated that more than 100 million people, about 20% of the European population, are exposed to a long-term noise level that exceeds WHO recommendations.
“Air pollution is a global problem – it affects us wherever we go. In our homes, at school, at work, and while traveling, whether on foot, by bicycle, or by public or private transportation. Dyson Zone purifies the air you breathe while moving. And unlike face masks, the device delivers fresh airflow without touching your face, using high-performance filters and two miniaturized air pumps. After six years of development, we are excited to deliver clean air and impeccable sound anywhere, ”said Jake Dyson, Dyson Chief Engineer.
Going beyond the somewhat questionable look, which evokes retro elements in the design of the vacuum cleaners of the ’70s with a supposed facial mask, which looks more like the frame of a set of high-end headphones, worn at the mouth, we can only hope that the product at Dyson it’s really useful and functional.