Some people have trouble to sleep at night because they do what's called of theSleep Apnea. In short, their breathing stops several times while they sleep, which greatly disrupts, as you can imagine, their sleep. Fortunately, there is a solution for them with theCPAP device. The latter is in the form of a Respiratory mask that the person will fix on his face to spend a peaceful night.
Still, many people have a hard time getting over the road that gives them the impression of sleeping in a hospital bed. So a young creative had the idea to bring a touch of fun. Jared Gray, blogger on the site Tinker Gnome, had the idea of transforming his respiratory mask into an extremely faithful reproduction of a Alien.
Specifically, he had the idea of giving his CPAP device the appearance of a facehugger, the first stage, which can be described as "larval", what is the xenomorph in the movies of the saga of Ridley Scott. He has entirely created by hand this metamorphosis that he explains in a blog post, step by step. In addition, the mask also covers his eyes, which allows him to sleep better. Jared Gray explains that he was laughing with his friends about the fact that if he ever had to wear a CPAP device to sleep, he'd have fun making it look like a facehugger.
Unfortunately, he was recently diagnosed with a problem ofSleep Apnea and rather than moping over this news, he quickly put his plan into action. The idea is glaucousit must be recognized, but we can only recognize the talent of the artist who recreated a perfect reproduction of facehugger (to make dream all fans of science fiction) and who manages to decomplexing his use of a breathing mask. You will find more information on the blog from Jared Gray.
Imagined by: Jared Gray