There is such a hackneyed expression: \British student Di Peng of Central College of Art and Design. St. Martin created a helmet that clearly demonstrates to a healthy person all the charms of senile dementia, which is commonly called in the scientific community dementia. Currently, there are more than 48 million elderly people in the world suffering from one form or another of the disease. Often young people do not understand the suffering of the elderly and empathize with the misfortune of the elderly. The helmet immerses the user in an environment unusual for healthy people, demonstrating the realities of patients with dementia. An invention that is fully worn over the head, like a spacesuit helmet, is made of translucent matte plastic. As soon as the user turns it on, all the senses begin to function differently, as if they form unregulated interference. Everything that happens around is transmitted to the screen in a “fogged” state – this is how most patients with dementia see it, which is difficult for even close and dear people to see. Surrounding sounds are transmitted with distortions, often completely incomprehensible scary sound hallucinations are created. It is also not easy for the subject to communicate. Everything that is uttered is processed by a speech apparatus that “loses” certain voiced words. The goal of Di Pen is to show how distorted and terrible the reality of sick people with dementia. According to the student, the invented helmet will be able to attract public attention to the problems of patients with dementia.