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  • A bike helmet that reads your mind
  • A bike helmet that reads your mind
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A bike helmet that reads your mind

Cycling can be an idyllic and relaxing pursuit – riding through sweeping countryside with the wind in your hair – but in the city it can be a stressful experience. DuKorp has developed a 'mind-reading' helmet that lets you determine the least stressful route from A to B.

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