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3D-printed Playmobil hair helmet could keep kids safer on their bicycles

Someone has come up with a brilliant idea to turn a Playmobil hairpiece into a helmet so kids will start wearing them. A duo of Swedish and Danish designers created a compelling prototype through 3D printing and color-matching the hair. With the right amount of consumer demand, you could find one in stores soon. An estimated 75 percent of bicycle-related fatalities in child populations can be avoided with the use of a helmet, but statistics won't get kids to wear them.
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