Face mask lights up with moving mouth shapes

A gentle-up face mask that responds to the sound of the wearer’s voice has been evolved via a video games developer in California.

The BBC’s Chris Fox spoke to clothier Tyler Glaiel and had a cross at making the mask himself – even supposing he conserving his purely as a novelty.

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