The Skully P1 appears to be the most excessive-tech bike helmet round.
(Credit score: Skully Helmets)
The use of GPS on a motorbike frequently includes having a look down at a transportable navigation instrument on the handlebars, however Skully Helmets desires to replace that expertise. The firm developed the Skully P1 motorbike helmet, which provides riders a heads-up show and integrates no longer best GPS, however a rear-view digicam, palms-free cellphone machine, and voice command.
In accordance to Skully’s press supplies, the show is no longer in the rider’s major container of imaginative and prescient, and seems as if it had been floating 6 meters beforehand.
The helmet runs a modified model of the Android working gadget, which comes loaded with navigation and Bluetooth connectivity. With the helmet paired to a smartphone thru Bluetooth, the rider can use voice command to make cellphone calls and begin tune playback.
The heads-up show can additionally exhibit the picture from an built-in rear-view digicam. Skully notes that this digital camera has a one hundred eighty stage container of imaginative and prescient, so the rider can additionally see when it is protected to alternate lanes.
Skully will convey off the P1 helmet this week at the Demo 2013 convention in Santa Clara, Calif. The firm did no longer say when the helmet would turn into on hand, or record a retail worth.
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