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Smart face mask, fever-sensing doorbell: CES 2021 tech promises Covid protection

Masking the TechI wouldn’t buy the $150 AirPop Active+ but that doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate it. Six years ago, company founder Chris Hosmer was living in China, where his young daughter suffered acute respiratory reactions to noxious air.

He set out to build a mask that addressed human-made, ecological and pathogenic threats—essentially pollution, wildfires and disease.The quarter-size doodad integrated into the front of the mask has sensors that capture breathing-related data, temperature and humidity.

It pairs via Bluetooth to your smartphone to tell you your breathing rate, how much pollutants were blocked, the air-quality index and more.

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