Project: Helmet for skydance

We need help from professionals who have the skills and knowledge to build a helmet for our needs. The noise level inside the vertical wind tunnel is at least 100 decibels, that´s why the use of earplugs is need it. Exposure to excessively loud noise will cause hearing loss. Now, for us (artistic flyers) who wants to perform with music we need to find a system that will aloud us to fly hearing music:

  • safely
  • comfortable
  • aesthetic

 

WHAT IS THE SAFEST SYSTEM WE HAVE FOR THE MOMENT ?

Lise Hernandez at the 2nd Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship, March 23rd, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

     
  1. In-ear headphones or custom-fit ear seals with earphones
  2. Small acoustic Ear muffs
  3. Helmet
     
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THANKS FOR SHARE AND YOUR HELP

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2 thoughts on “Project: Helmet for skydance

  1. Hey folks, March 1st, 2016
    Have you thought of Bone Conductive transducers, mounted inside so that they press against the head just forward of the ears. This means you can still put in ear plugs to protect your ears from the noise and pressure fluxuations, but will be able to hear your music?….
    I have a headset from “aftershokz.com” and it is really nice to hear my music without excluding the outside world. And yes they come in both wired and wireless models.

    Food for thought,
    Cheers! Hugh
    (retired jumper, now tunnel rat)

    1. Hi Hugh! We need to exclude the outside world (noise inside the tunnel) to be able to hear the music. Thanks for your feedback 😉

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