sure, i guess you could just opt back in to facial recognition while wearing a mask... or just.... use a password.

"Designer and 3D-printing expert Danielle Baskin is offering custom N95 respirator masks that are not only smartphone-friendly, but protect against the coranovirus as well. Simply put, it prints a high-definition image of the mouth and nose onto disposable N95 respirator masks, thus enabling Facial ID software in the latest smartphones to recognize the wearer without them having to remove it."

techeblog.com/3d-printed-n95-c

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the phrase "smartphone friendly coronavirus mask" is one for the history books.

@grainloom Somebody will ask you to hold their beer while they announce their bluetooth ready, smartphone friendly coronavirus mask.

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