Designer Creates Metal Jewelry That Blocks Facial Recognition Tech From Tracking You


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A
polish designer, Ewa Nowak has officially
unveiled a metal mask called incognito. The mask attaches to the front of your
face in order to make you appear unrecognizable to a facial recognition
software.

Each of the shapes designed is linked with a strand of wire that equally secures the mask. Achieved after undergoing a long term study of the size, shape, and location of the mask elements, the project seems to have fulfilled its aim.

“When
I was testing solutions, I used the DeepFace algorithms, which is mostly used
by Facebook.” Nowak disclosed.


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However, the polished pieces on the face assist in deflecting any software used in tracking you while in the public as well as when being tracked via social media.

Made out of Brass, Incognito features just three shapes that fit your face. First, the elongated polygon that rests between your eyebrows and the height of your forehead as well as two circles that covers your cheekbones



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