Submission for James Dyson Award features design to ensure the cyclist can be seen by all other road users.

The Torch helmet is a new take on the bicycle helmet that features integrated lights visible from any angle. The new design helps ensure the cyclist can be seen by all other road users. Designed by Nathan Wills, a student from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, the helmet is currently in the running for the James Dyson Award.

This international design award, open to university students and recent graduates of product design, industrial design or engineering, has a prize fund of $150,000. Entries close on August 1st and the winner will be announced in November.

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