6 Ingenious Wearables that Can Protect Your Face from Surveillance Cameras
Let’s say you’d rather not have your face captured or digitized for purposes beyond your control — whether by surveillance cameras or some random Google Glasshole.
You’ve got options. Even if none of these is a perfect fit for your wearable-privacy needs, maybe one will inspire you to devise an all-new response of your own. We’re in a creative moment with wearable anti-tech, after all. For more on that, see my column today.
2. URME Surveillance is an Indiegogo project offering a mask derived from a 3D scan of artist Leo Selvaggio’s face — presumably fooling face-recognition technology into believing that anyone wearing the thing is Selvaggio.
4. Also spotted in that video, but of origins unknown to me: face-changing bandanas.