Brigham Young University Bulletproof Origami Shield

Origami bullet-proof barrier.

Weighing in at only 55 pounds, this shield takes five seconds to erect and is able to stop a bullet from a .44 magnum pistol. It’s starting to sound a lot like a superhero! Developed by engineers from Brigham Young University, this amazing new shield is made from twelve layers of Kevlar. It’s affordable and easy to store, it can be used to protect anyone from students in a classroom to police officers on the job, and most importantly it has the potential to save thousands of lives around the world. Truly a product worthy of superheros.
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