‘The Horrific Mannequin’ Shows How Evolved Human Body Can Survive A Car Crash


It's anything but difficult to escape while driving on the open street, yet sadly, our capacity to think little of the delicacy of our own bodies can frequently prompt auto crashes. To remind us exactly how helpless we are, an injury specialist, craftsman, and accident agent met up to make Graham: The main man on the planet intended to survive an auto collision. 

The intuitive figure is the "cerebrum tyke" of stone worker Patricia Piccinini, Royal Melbourne Hospital injury specialist Christian Kenfield, and David Logan, an accident agent at Monash University's Accident Research Center, and is intended to speak to how a human would need to look with a specific end goal to survive a fast crash, The Guardian reported. Also, if the intuitive figure is hard for you to take a gander at, it's filling its need.

Graham was designed to shock the public and show drivers and passengers alike just how fragile our own bodies truly are. And with around 1.25 million people dying each year in automobile accidents, it's time for us to be reminded of our mortality.

In addition to an extremely large skull designed to protect Graham’s delicate brain from the intense forces in most car crashes, the mannequin also has thicker skin, padded ribs, and flexible spring-loaded legs. And, Graham also has no neck which means, of course, he can’t break it. Click here to get a better 3D view of Graham in all his spectacular horror.