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Personalise your rave experience with sound reactive LED masks.
Dressing up at festivals is half the fun, and what with us being in 2018 it should come as no surprise that LED masks reacting to sound are in existence.
Outline Montreal, a Canadian startup company, is behind the project which is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.
A variation of these light up masks was successfully funded in 2015, but the new masks are a step up.
To really get in the groove, Outline Montreal collaborated with artists Patrick Seymour and BURO UFHO to bring users some truly remarkable and literally animalistic designs.
They even went all out creatively to design a mask likened to a certain president, to really trip out the rave.
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The mask uses phosphorescent ink to give it its glow, coupled with a sound reactive lithium modulator to give the effect that the mask is illuminating in sync with the beats.
As festival goers, we have all seen masks of all kinds, which makes these LED masks a perfect fit for such scenes.
Outline Montreal’s main focus is comfortability, which is something the previous ‘models’ lacked. For the new ‘model’ they shrank the modulator and placed it at the back of the head strap instead of in the mask itself, as previously done.
The LED masks is the kind of product you’ll either love or be uncomfortable by, but judging by its Kickstarter numbers the former reigns supreme as the project reached full funding in under 24 hours with more than 3 000 backers and counting.
If you’re eager to don these masks at festivals you can pledge $35 CAD (about $2 USD) and receive any one of the 8 designs currently in rotation, with more designs being unlocked with stretch goals.
Though they are not available yet, with the support garnered it shouldn’t be too long before you can rock the sound reactive LED masks.