Way cool! Go BYU.
hope he is successful and makes a tonne of money
Depending upon how fast the calculations can be done, and if they can be done in
the helmet itself, this could in the long run open the door to a 'reactive
armor'-type approach, where small inflatable cells could be used to cushion
or minimize the impact.
Now if he can get together with those swedish girls working on an airbag bicycle
helmet we can do away with concussion damage altogether.
Nice the helmet can measure impact, but wouldn't it be better to design a
helmet to reduce impact to nil?