Israeli creators have developed a remotely controlled corona virus mask to keep wearers from wearing masks.
A handle similar to a handbrake will help open the middle of the mask – the area of the mouth – so that food can be put in.
This can make it difficult for ice cream or sauces, but for solid foods, it’s as effective as Pac-Man.
“This mask is mechanically opened by hand or automatically when the plate approaches the mask,” said Asaf Gitelis, vice president of Avtipus Patents and Inventions.
The company said it plans to produce the mask in the next few months and has also filed a patent. The price of this mask will cost more than regular medical masks from 3 -10 shekel.
Avtipus showed people a clip about the mechanism of action of the mask to survey the reaction of prospective customers.
Ofir Hameiri, 32, said the mask was necessary and necessary, but for 29-year-old Ron Silberstein, the mask was not suitable when he wanted to eat ice cream.
Israel reopened its economy after the incidence of corona virus has dropped significantly. The restaurant was also back in operation.
According to Reuters