The Germans invented a helmet for social distancingPictolic
Designers during a pandemic coronavirus actively designing new images. The Berlin collective Plastique Fantastique not only invented the capsule for better insulation of doctors, but also created iSphere — transparent spherical helmet, which should provide a social distance.
Designer group Plastique Fantastique from Germany has developed a range of devices under a common brand iSphere, which, according to designers, will make existence during the quarantine, easier and safer.
While walking in such a plastic sphere even social distance is not required! Even if one member of the family gets infected, others will have the opportunity to catch the virus.
iSphere was inspired by the fantastic comics of the 1950-60's. This is an open source project that anyone can produce and improve in order to protect against coronavirus.
The design team glued 2 transparent hollow hemisphere and cut a hole for the head. Additional gadgets can give a unique style to any iSphere: he may have a sun visor, a mirror layer, a built-in microphone, speaker or handset.
In medical institutions such as a plastic sphere, but larger and more diverse forms, can according to the designers, to separate doctors from patients and to maintain the health of physicians.