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Tedium

This attempt to teach people about the value of accessible masks.

September 18, 2020

"I wanted to give a special shout-out to this effort by the sibling team of Patrick and Jake deHahn, who have put a lot of work into highlighting the importance of using masks with clear frames..." View on Tedium

Quartz: Daily Brief

You asked about see-through masks

September 14, 2020

"For more information on see-through masks, check out accessiblemasks.org, an online resource for transparent face coverings developed by a former Quartz employee and his brother..." View on Quartz's Daily Brief

CI Project

Cochlear implant users deHahn brothers: Using tech to help people to get clear masks

September 18, 2020

"We need people to wear a clear mask. Especially for people who need facial cues in day-to-day communication. Many among us and around us know this. But the lack of a centralized source of clear mask information has...." Read more on CI Project's blog

The Launchpad @SU

Jacob deHahn ’19 is using his creative entrepreneurial spirit to make masks more accessible in a pandemic

September 1, 2020

"Jacob deHahn ‘19, is an energetic and bubbly New England native who is determined to make the world a more accessible place. Through his college career as an industrial and interaction design student in the School of Design..." Read more on The LaunchPad's page

Mentions:

American Academy of Audiology

August 2020

 

Mentioned within a list of other online vendors. Audiology Today's piece addresses auditory understanding with different mask types.

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