I love biking around campus, especially during this time of year when the fall colors are all over. The one thing I don’t like about biking, though, is having to strap on my ugly, uncomfortable hunk of styrofoam and plastic, formally called my helmet. They’re a necessity when biking around campus to protect my brain from being splattered all over the pavement, but they are constraining and take the fun out of freely roaming around town. Two Swedish developers took on these problems and invented the first helmet not worn on your head. Utilizing very familiar technologies, the Hövding helmet allow for open-air biking while still protecting your skull – in a fashionable way. Watch the video above to see how they managed to develop this innovative technology.