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Author Topic: Gel in combat helmet  (Read 2774 times)


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« on: 1 March 2009, 23:08:50 »

d30 lab: http://www.d3o.com/index2.php?section=21-tech

this firm is constructing an inner layer for combat helmets.
this layer won't stop the bullet but it will protect the head from helmet which deforms at impact
the gel is fluid but it reforms into a solid base by impact of a foreign object
the fluidity will also give the helmet wearer more comfort to wear


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« Reply #1 on: 1 March 2009, 23:34:03 »

We need a blog watch...

The first I would recommend to follow daily: Danger Room http://blog.wired.com/defense/

Only there you get the first touch on what is going on, from a mil view point and over all forces and nations, and stuff like HULC or the gel helmet can be read there earlier than in any other place.

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« Reply #2 on: 20 September 2009, 13:46:49 »

I saw this advert about some kind of coating for glass that made it extremely resistant to shattering.
Does anyone know more about that sort of technology?  Could be useful for these kinds of things as well.

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