Time for google goggle. and if they can come up with a car that can drive itself, maybe skis that ski themselves next. 50 pages arguing about whether it was skier a or skier b's fault will be a thing of the past.
All this stuff about Shumacher's Go Pro is rampant sensationalism, at least so far. They say ENSA is testing helmets with go pro mounts--but the articles don't say what the results were. And unless the helmet cracked through the mount it would be hard to blame the mount. We all know--at least I hope we all know--that recreational ski helmets are slightly better than nothing. Compare the helmet that Shumacher wore driving with the one he wore skiing. Bottom line--if your head hits a rock, even if you were standing still and just fell, whether or not you are wearing a helmet you have a good chance of having a serious or even fatal head injury. The likelihood is that we will never hear any actual scientific evidence or detailed, accurate description re the condition of his helmet and the precise nature of his head injury unless a suit is filed and goes to court. And if a suit is settled out of court, even if the mount is determined to be at fault, which I doubt, there will probably be a gag order and we'll never know.