Light-harvesting helmets promise to deliver 'endless power'

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The helmets are being developed by Swedish manufacturer POC. Image courtesy of POC
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The helmets are being developed by Swedish manufacturer POC. Image courtesy of POC

New helmets are currently being developed by protective wear manufacturer POC in partnership with Swedish tech firm Exeger

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