Everysight has produced a pair of augmented reality glasses for cyclists. They are offering an open test pilot program until Dec. 23rd 2016. Everysight is looking for mountain or road bikers, that are over 18 years in age and that ride 3-4 times a week. Paricipants must be in in good health.
The new “Raptor” glasses are bluetooth enabled and controlled through swipes and voice commands. These glasses feature a data overlay displayed on the glasses using their BEAM technology. Information such as speed, cadence, distance, power, heart rate and navigation can be displayed. Finally there is a camera built-in which allows for one tap photos and videos.
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