We’re conditioned to expect sturdiness from our protective head gear, but this prototypical helmet being developed by DoYouVélo? turns the concept on its… well… head.
The honeycomb structure is made from robust textiles and assembles to ensure maximum cushioning from minimum mass. If you have the stomach to trust something so seemingly flimsy with the job of protecting your cranium from impact at speed, it looks like absolute bliss to store and transport. A large caveat, perhaps, but all progress is built on such initial implausibility.
Via Lost At E Minor / Dsgn Wrld