This Motorcycle Helmet is Powered by Android

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Nov 13, 2013 • References: skullyhelmets and 30npire
Skully Helmets is an American company that fuses Android technology in a motorcycle helmet called 'Skully P1.' This motorcycle helmet is incredible; it's a full-face helmet that is DOT and ECE safety approved. It's composed of a lightweight tri-composite fiberglass shell and laser-cut cheek pads.

This helmet is truly futuristic, embedded with the 'Synapse Heads Up Display' system that projects information onto the helmet's visor. This helmet is equipped with GPS technology and a 180-degree rear camera that eliminates blind spots. Similar to 'Google Glass,' the projections are displayed outside of the viewer’s primary view. This helmet is equipped with Bluetooth technology, allowing it to be paired with your smartphone, controlling text messages, calls and music by voice command.

The battery on this helmet lasts up to nine hours and can be recharged with a standard USB cable.