Photo credit: MMM Design via Design Boom
South Korea-based MMM Design Studio has come up with an innovative solution for those who can’t seem to find face shields or masks in stores. It’s called the ‘ANYTHING’ face shield, and it consists of a 3D-printed frame that can be made at home, cut out and then fastened together. The design allows you to use off-the-shelf things in place of traditional plexiglass, like a gummy bear bag, etc. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The designers, Pak Kitae, Park Sangyong and Park Sunwoo, at MMM Design Studio hope to finalize the production version so that others may soon be printing this at home themselves. Whether it be a random snack bag or actual plastic, it will work with ANYTHING as long as the material is transparent and allows you to see through it.
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