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he says 67% for the place where it prints 60%! look at his lips. it looks like they dubbed that part.

the amount of twist would vary depending on the surface of the ground that the helmet collides with. if you have a glossy helmet, I would expect the same results as the super skin.

I'm just curious how much it costs and if they will coat existing helmets with this chemical finish.
 

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If it's what I saw earlier, it's a rubbery layer on top of a smooth one. The outer layer can move over the inner, absorbing some of that twisting force.

I doubt simply being glossy would be sufficient to absorb that force.
 
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