The most up to date item from Lumos Helmet called the Lumos “Lattice” Helmet, has been declared as the champ of SXSW’s (South by Southwest) Release It Pitch Competition and will get the honor at the SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards on March 11.
SXSW Release It gives a stage to organizations to dispatch another and creative item or administration amid a pitched rivalry on the opening day of the SXSW Conference.
Ten bleeding edge organizations propelling another item amid the SXSW season displayed to a board of hand-picked judges, contained Todd Nuckols, Managing Director of Lighthouse Labs, Melissa Larson Youngblood, Co-Founder of Venn Ventures, and Jennifer Skjellum, Director of Programs at the CO.LAB. The champ was picked dependent on which item or administration was esteemed destined to prevail in the commercial center.
The Lumos “Framework” Helmet is the most recent and freshest protective cap from Lumos. Directed at urban city cyclists, skaters, and electric bike riders, the Lumos “Grid” Helmet is planned with a smooth, urban tasteful. It includes a few outstanding enhancements and updates from the first Lumos Helmet including Front lights that are 2.5X more splendid than the first, sufficiently brilliant presently to see the street in front of you. An imaginative backboard network of LEDs that highlight one of a kind lighting designs explicitly intended to make the rider emerge and be seen out and about
Energized turn flags that make them considerably less demanding to see and be comprehended, making them much increasingly successful. The shortlist for the Lumos “Framework” Helmet is presently open at new.lumoshelmet.co. Pre-Orders will open this spring with conveyance this fall.
The Chief Executive Officer as well as the Co-Founder of the Lumos Helmets, Mr. Eu-wen Ding said: “The Lumos ‘Matrix’ Helmet is designed precisely for someone like the typical SXSW visitor, so we’re psyched to get this validation from that community! Our mission is to protect a million heads by making the best helmets in the world. Launching the Lumos ‘Matrix’ is a step for us towards achieving that goal.”