However, the mask isn't designed just to look cool.
The mask is also transparent so that people can witness your smug face smiling through it, and is constructed from silicone so that it forms on your face more comfortably. If you want to get this in the future, provided Razer actually manufactures it, you better start saving up now. However, the company plans on testing the prototype and soliciting user feedback.
'The Project Brooklyn concept is meant to offer insights on how to improve user mechanics and design to deliver a more immersive gameplay experience and inspire Razer's growing portfolio of gaming chairs in the near future'. It focuses on five key areas - safe, social, sustainable, comfortable, and personalisation. So, as the juice is supplied to your mask, the interior of the charging case bathes the mask in UV light, killing bacteria and viruses. It also glows from red to green to indicate battery level. Sure we have had plenty of people jumping in with designer brands and plenty of Etsy stores printing virtually anything on the facial covering of your choice, but nobody has put the word Smart in front of the word Mask - that is until now. And the exterior comes with two "lighting zones" with "millions" of color options and "a suite of dynamic lighting effects". It can be custom-made to fit your face shape. The silicon guard sits around your face to prevent air leaking in.
A transparent mask is hardly an innovation itself - there are plenty on the market. The smart mask is made from recycled plastic and is waterproof and scratch resistant. The filter is replaceable, allowing the mask to be used for repeated, long-term use. Visuals would be delivered by a 60-inch rollable OLED display that retracts and folds into the chair when not in use.
The gaming chair features built-in haptics to immerse users in the video game, along with modular 4D armrests. Further, it comes with collapsible tables that would let you switch between mouse-and-keyboard and gamepad setups easily. Project Brooklyn uses Razer Hypersense technology to provide near-zero latency.
The whole thing wouldn't be a Razer product without some superfluous LED lights and Project Hazel is no exception.
The carbon fiber bucket seat is equipped with plus, high-density foam cushions to support each unique body type. The seat is backed by a robust carbon fibre body, created to ensure ideal posture throughout gaming marathons.