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In order to protect the deaf’s riding safety, we design this type of helmets. The LED projection on the back of the helmets can actively cause the drivers’ attention. When the cars come near, the radar detector can deliver the messages to the deaf through the shock mount on the two sides of the helmets. It can remind the deaf of avoiding the cars. It sets up the active safety relations between the drivers and the deaf. Contemporary, the helmets can both have active and passive safety properties. It radically avoids traffic accidents and effectively protects the deaf’s riding safety.
Simon Fraser University
SURRY, VANCOUVER, Canada