Monthly Archives: December 2012

MIPS

Finite Finite Element model (LSDYNA) of the human head showing the maximum principal strain in the sagittal plane (Kleiven et al. 2003). Software: LSDYNA by courtesy of ERAB, Sweden.  It was in 1997 that Swedish neurosurgeon Hans von Holst started … Continue reading

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Dear Richard Branson, here’s a new business design for auxetic head protection resulting from a chance encounter with a New York City bike messenger

I was visiting New York City during the last few days in this massive vortexing motion city. There are so many people at every turn at every hour, all so busy going somewhere. But the weather was acting snarly in … Continue reading

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Concussion effects within eye positioning reveals attention impaired deregulation of predictive visual tracking in the vertical component

Tobii technologies, a Swedish Company, has recently released a new user interface device that uses eye tracking ability employing built in infrared sensors to accurately allow the user to merely look at different points of interest on a computer screen. … Continue reading

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Surfing on a concussion

What’s it like trying to surf following a brain trauma concussion ? It was just that query that I found myself sifting with last week-long aboard the world’s largest passenger liner, the Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas. We were a … Continue reading

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