Explanation: This piece serves many purposes. The large cylinder on the front, which is connected to the glass screen doubles as both an air filter, meant to filter air as the wearer inhales. It also serves to provide oxygenated air to the wearer when they go into the water. Ultimately this device allows the wearer to breathe clean fresh air regardless of their environment, being polluted air, even under water. The second part of this piece also serves many purposes, like the air filter. The screen has the ability to display an image, similar to the way an iPhone or television displays images, but it is waterproof like the rest of this device. Aside from being a monitor right in from of your face, allowing you to access any information at any time, this device also had motion sensitivity. This gives the wearer clear and concise knowledge about the environment, detecting threats, dangerous weapons, etc. in my opinion, this device is just about as futuristic as I can imagine something to be, serving to help the wearer detect threats, be able to breath clean air in any environment, including heavily polluted air and even underwater.
explanation of piece: Chef hats as we all know them are the tall stark white hats, with a very basic cylinder shape. Its height serves the purpose of making the head chef easy to find in a bustling restaurant kitchen, as it towers above all else. In a sense it is a symbol of rank and status, so I looked at other headpieces from varying groups that convey status as well. The two that I liked the most and that served as inspiration were Native American headdresses, and military caps. I tried to incorporate some of their shapes and features into the new chef hat, while still keeping the tall shape for its original purpose. Not pictured, but I left the top open for the purpose of a chef being able to store various cooking utensils, such as spatulas, spoons, or knives, in it to have quick access given the fast pace of kitchen life.
(After two attempts of building dense cloud, which took 30 minutes each, this is what I still had, then agisoft crashed)