As of June 17, the Ultra, a smart LED helmet from Lumos, had drawn 11,666 backers and raised $1,372,710 on Kickstarter. The Ultra project will be launched, as its funding has passed its goal of $60,000 and still has until July 20 to collect more. Among the helmet’s features are LED lights with “chips on board” (COB), for greater brightness; 360-degree illumination, thanks to three LED modules; the MIPS cushioning system, developed by the company by the same name; turn signals that operate by remote control or on Apple Watch (which registers arm movements); and air vents. It weighs about 370 grams, has met the CPSC, EN1078 and IPX6 safety standards, and comes in three sizes: small, medium-large and extra-large. Its supporters on Kickstarter will receive a $20 or $30 discount, depending on their contribution.