Air compressors in the ear cups drive purified air to the wearer’s mouth and nose via a clip-on visor
Via The Guardian:
Dyson has announced its first wearable product that builds the firm’s air purification expertise into a set of Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones aimed at city dwellers wanting to avoid polluted air.
Quite unlike anything the company has made before, the Dyson Zone is sure to draw quizzical looks. It is a set of large, plush headphones with a plastic mask-type contraption that connects from ear-to-ear across the wearer’s mouth and looks like something out of a sci-fi movie.
It delivers purified air to the mouth and nose while simultaneously tackling noise pollution through its active noise cancelling technology.