AO Air’s face mask uses fans for cleaner breathing

A US start-up has developed a face mask that uses powered fans to clean and cool the air breathed by the wearer.

This not only allows the owner to control how powerful the effect should be, but also means the product does not need a tight seal against their face.

But the Atmos is set to cost hundreds of pounds and is much bulkier than its competition.

BBC Click’s Lara Lewington put a prototype to the test.

Catch up with some of the other gadgets unveiled at the recent CES tech expo

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Sr. SDET M Mehedi Zaman

Currently working as Sr. SDET at Robi Axiata Limited, a subsidiary of Axiata Group. As a Senior SDET: - Played a key role in introducing Agile Scrum methodology and implementing CI/CD pipeline to ensure quality & timely delivery. - Trained colleagues on emerging technologies, e.g. Apache Spark, Big Data, Hadoop, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, AR, Video Streaming Services Technology, Blockchain, Data Science- Developed a test automation framework for Android and iOS apps - Developed an e2e web automation framework with Pytest - Performed penetration testing of enterprise solutions to ensure security and high availability using Kali, Burp Suite etc. - Learned Gauntlet security testing automation framework and shared the lesson learned in a knowledge sharing session

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