General rule about public spaces, speaking too loud is akin to invading someone’s personal space. It’s intrusive and sets off a round of evil eyes. I could care less what people think of me which is why this concept came across my desk. “Helmet To Hear Oneself Speak” is a paper helmet you print. Words bounce off the mouth shield into the ear ducts amplifying your volume which is supposed to encourage you to speak softly.
Another helmet called the “Helmet For Telling Secrets” assists secret telling. If people weren’t staring at you before, they sure as hell well be looking now.
Designer: Jessica Frelinghuysen