Interactive LED Helmet Concept Created [Video]
The "LumaHelm" helmet lets bikers signal with their heads.
They have created an innovative helmet design called LumaHelm, a helmet that is made up of 104 LEDs. It has a “built-in accelerometer” that measures motion and allows the user to control the helmet through head movement, generating different light signals, displayed and mapped on the helmet.
The helmet’s LED strips are positioned evenly and linked together. Each light can be controlled individually because it is hooked up to an Arduino Uno microcontroller board.
The LumaHelm helmet features an interactive display that allows communication and expression. It prioritizes the safety of its wearer, in a number of activities like cycling and skateboarding.
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