GelMotion Technology

Rotational injuries from impacts have been on the radar for some time now, and this system was designed to mimic the aereolar connective tissues of the human head, normally responsible for diminishing inertial energy.

The important functional elements are the material itself, the surface height, and the change in durometer between the lower and upper surfaces. The pattern used was based on the shapes of the aereolar membranes we wished to mimic, as seen through a microscope.

We just took what nature made, and tried our best to blow it up.

Freelance, Full-time
Daniel Cram
Sr. Industrial Designer San Jose, CA