Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has created a quick and easy face shield for healthcare workers fighting Covid-19, which attaches to the wearer’s glasses.
Yoshioka’s template design can be used to create a face shield in three simple steps from a clear sheet of PET or PVC plastic.
Printed on an A3 piece of paper, the template can be placed over the top of a clear sheet of plastic and used as a guideline for cutting around the edge of the shape.
The user can then make cuts into the plastic sheet over the two small lines indicated towards the top of the template on opposite sides.
The two temple arms of the wearer’s glasses can then be slotted into these incisions, leaving the glasses protected by the shield as they sit behind it on the user’s face.
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