The helmet can capture up to two hours of video after impact, and the resulting files can be recovered over USB, mimicking the operation of car "black boxes." Besides simple safety features, though, Chaotic Moon sees a potential future in the increasingly popular wearable electronics and life-logging market. Later versions of the helmet could log ride data, recognize objects, or offer stitched-together panoramic images. For now, the company is exploring licensing the current version to sporting goods companies, where it would be expected to sell for around $300.