Imagine a football helmet lined with tiny sensors that measure the impact of a hit and then deploy dime-sized airbags to protect the head. Colorado Springs engineer Troy Fodemski imagined it, and then he designed such a “smart helmet.” Like automobile airbags, the helmet airbags would cushion the head during impact. Fodemski believes the athletic […]
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