The brake lights on your motorcycle work okay. But they're mounted low on your bike and don't account for different types of braking. The Brake Free Helmet Light mounts a smart brake light on the back of your helmet, increasing both visibility and functionality. It uses a gyroscope to detect when you're slowing down, responding accordingly to engine braking, regular braking, and emergency braking, the latter of which triggers a special light pattern. It attaches to nearly any helmet using a magnetic mount, offers over eight hours of battery life, and uses 100 LED lights to make sure it's visible day or night. It's also weather resistant, and since it stays lit at all times — only becoming brighter when braking — it makes you more visible to other motorists whether you're braking or not.
It's greener than a traditional helicopter. Quieter, too. But most of all, the Volocopter 2X is safer. Thanks to multiple redundant systems, a total of 18 rotors, and a full aircraft parachute in case everything else fails, it's arguably safer than traveling on land. Powered by electric motors, it's controlled by a simple joystick control and has features like automatic altitude control that make it even easier to fly. It can also be controlled remotely, drone-style. It's currently under development and expected to receive approval as an ultralight multi-copter next year.