High School Senior Develops Football Helmet That Detects Concussions
There's a pretty cool young man from Corpus Christi, TX who, after suffering a football injury, decided he would use his experience to help others not have to go through the same experience he had to endure.
Adrian Alamillo was diagnosed with pediatric epilepsy, and after that the 17-year-old decided he wanted to create something to help save others students.
He started work on a football helmet that's designed to detect possible head injuries. His prototype is designed so that once it's hit with about 85 to 90 G's of force, there's a paintball inside that explodes. This lets the coach and player know that it's time to get checked out by a medical professional.
This is quite magnificent. Check out the vid below.
Read more at KIIITV.