The creative minds at the Royal College of Art in London have once again come up with an interesting design twist by creating a helmet that enhances the senses.
There are a number of devices and equipment one can use to make bike riding and skate boarding safer. But rarely do those safety options add a such a strong dose of fun into the equation like the LumaHelm.
If you're caught in the middle of a violent earthquake, your first concern is probably avoiding falling bits of building. Unfortunately most of us don't walk around with a hard hat, but that could change if this bag that doubles as a helmet catches on.
We admit, we have a thing for R2-D2. We love Artoo to death. That much is clear. We also aren't keen on dorky bike helmets, although we do wear them because the law requires us to. When we heard some sweet girl smashed an R2-D2 together with a helmet, well, we just fell in love.
Never underestimate the power of cardboard. Computers, record players, flash drives, houses — you name it, can all be made from the stiff paper substance. But would you trust a cardboard helmet to absorb four times more shock energy than plastic noggin shields? You should.
Audio books are great for long car journeys or other places where you can't physically read a book, but I'm not sure if they're a great idea for kids who are still building their reading skills. This Lego helmet lets kids simply look at the pictures while the stories are read aloud to them.
The winner for best looking PlayStation 3 gaming headset goes too...el8id and his self-modded 1980s military helmet.
If you're a fan of activities that you need to wear a helmet for, you know there are two major problems that can arise from a crash: you break the helmet or you hurt your head. Both can be harder to tell than you'd think. This "Smart Helmet," at least, will know if you're injured.
Well, golly, I can finally rip out my eyeballs and toss 'em aside, because I doubt I'll ever see anything this great ever again. As I'm sure you've already surmised, it's a TIE fighter "costume." Really, it's all in the...
Well, this is a little creepy. This bicycle helmet has been modified to grab on to the wearers ears. When the person using the joystick connected tot he helmet tells it to go left or right, the helmet tugs on...