The Helmet of Justice is a video recording head protection gear that has been designed after an employee of the Texas-based mobile app studio, Chaotic Moon had been a victim of a hit-and-run accident.
The helmet has seven cameras that records a 360-degree view and provides evidence in case of such accidents. The camera automatically starts recording and does so for up to two hours from the moment of impact.
Although it may sound like a revengeful product to spend money on in the first place, it should also be thought of as a cautionary product.
In case of an accident, footage of the event, which is generally non-existent in most accidents, is the single most powerful evidence that can bring the most justice to the occasion.
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