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Los Angeles creative studio, Production Club, are behind some of the biggest festival stages and DJ visuals, including work for Skrillex, Martin Garrix and Jack Ü. During the global quarantine, there isn't much need for massive festival structures, so they've turned their hands to a hazmat suit with a difference.
The Micrashell Futuresuit is intended to allow people to attend clubs, raves and festivals all whilst observing social distancing measures. The high-tech concept includes; “phone integration, beverage and vape consumption, voice communication, a subwoofer sound system, a video camera, fashion accessories, and a breathable helmet with unobscured views”.
The suit has a built-in air filtration system which takes in air from behind the head, runs it through an N99 class particulate filter. The filtered air will then be freshened before being released into the helmet for breathing.
The canisters on the front of the mask look like the filters on a spray-paint mask, but they are in fact filled with 'consumables'. Production Club envisages a range of canister containing drinks and vape solution could be sold at the venue and then connected to the mask and consumed via straws within the helmet.