Molecule Helmet and Headset Concept by Stefan Radev

Molecule helmet and headset concept is a great protection especially for water sports. It’s been especially designed and developed for people who are learning extreme sports such as: kite surfing, wakeboarding, kayaking, sky diving, and many more.

There are two aspects that form the “Molecule Helmet and Headset“concept: The first one is the form of the shell, which reflects the vibrant water sports kitesurfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, kayaking and more. The second aspect is the functionality, fulfilled by adding an optional wireless headset device, helping the user receive radio signals in a comfortable way. It is universally applicable, has “send & receive” functions and is also water resistant. Easy to be placed inside an ear pad of a helmet.

Designer : Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

For educational purposes in windy areas, where the student is in distance to the instructor, radio controlled instructions are vital. Nowadays in order to hear the instructions from the walkie-talkie, the student had to attach the bulky and heavy walkie-talkie directly to the helmet.

The solution is the “Molecule” headset. The student has one placed in his helmet ear pad (receiving signals) and one in his Aquapack (sending signals from his walkie-talkie). This system is compatible with existent Walkie-Talkies on the market.

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Molecule Helmet and Headset by Stefan Radev

Tuvie has received “Molecule Helmet and Headset” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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jspreitz says: February 5, 2013

How possible is it to edit grammar mistakes before posting? For example, "Student being teached over distance." on the article about helmets. There is no such verb in English as "teached" and everyone knows the proper word is "taught".

Would you and your crew use my volunteer efforts, no cost, to check what appear to be errors from translation apps?
Sincerely,
Retired Dude

    Tuvie says: February 6, 2013

    @jspreitz : hi, yes, we love to hear any feedback from our readers, including any grammar mistakes. you can send us the feedback directly to our email: publication@tuvie.com

brendan says: February 19, 2014

Is there a potential ballistic application? I am a highly avid paintball player with a military simulation style of game play. This helmet/radio combination is what I have been searching for without trying to purchase these platforms seperately. Would it be possible to make the helmet were made out of kevlar, or kevlar equivalent?







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