This Strip-like Device Will Stop You from Touching Your Face Constantly

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INTRO: Due to the situation of the Coronavirus pandemic has led many creators to build up different types of devices that aim to keep us safe from the pandemic. There are different types of equipment like the “CoronaOven” that can disinfect groceries and PPE kits, after that there is the hand sanitizer dispensing robot that has been made by a seventh-grader and now here comes the “HandsDown” that aims to prevent you from touching your face again and again.

HandsDown Device Prevents You From Touching Your Face

After creating, a small-time inventor, Boone Greenly, there is this device called “HandsDown”. It is a strip-like device that attaches to your shirt or top and then it vibrates every time whenever you try to touch your face or your hand goes near to your face. The device has a two-part design. There is one of the strips that go inside your shirt and then the other one remains outside your shirt. It uses magnets to connect and stay in position.

This Strip-like Device Will Stop You From Touching Your Face | Beebom

Uses Sensors And Gives Vibration To Aware

The latest “HandsDown” device that monitors both of your hands using the sensors and it delivers a gentle vibration when all of your hands get near your face. This will effectively prevent the user to touch your face very frequently during these worrying times especially during this pandemic.

But, the CDC also states that touching your face quite frequently, it can easily transfer the COVID-19 that is causing Novel Coronavirus to your body through these 3 parts of the body that is eyes, nose, or mouth. So, During these tough times actually demands a product like “HandsDown”.

You can also check out the device on its official website. Also, if you want to know how you can use it, then you can watch the creator demo of the device in the instructional video we have mentioned below.

 

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