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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


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.

Read Audiology Today's piece

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