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“Foam bike helmets can and have been proven to reduce the likelihood of skull fracture and other, more severe brain injury,” said Camarillo, an assistant professor of bioengineering at Stanford. “But, I think many falsely believe that a bike helmet is there to protect against a concussion. That’s not true.”

Researchers at Stanford have been developing a new breed of helmets that use air bags to significantly reduce injuries sustained in the event of an accident. David Camarillo is a bioengineer at Stanford working on the helmet design and according to testing performed at the University, the new airbag helmets can reduce the force of an impact as much as six times compared to a traditional bike helmet.

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Testing saw the new helmet placed on a dummy head that has accelerometers inside and then dropping it, neck-side up from different heights onto a metal platform. Strikes to the crown of the head and side of the head were simulated. The catch in the research right now is that the helmet being tested has been pre-inflated with internal pressure optimized before each drop to get the results. Right now without the correct amount of air inside the helmet, it could allow the head to hit the ground with more force than a traditional bike helmet. More research is being conducted to perfect the helmet; no indication is given on when we might see the product available commercially.

The biggest problem is that not all the people who use bikes are wearing helmets. Accidents happen and it is better to be prepared for anything. What do you think about the new device researchers have developed? Will it be better than a traditional bike helmet?