This Hands-Free Device Provides Visual Updates During a Ride

By: Katherine Pendrill - Aug 20, 2015
References: indiegogo & psfk
'SENTH IN1' recently introduced a line of augmented reality glasses that provide cyclists with visual updates about their ride. For many cyclists, it is difficult and dangerous to check their mobile devices while on the road. These glasses help riders check their messages and control their devices without losing control of their bike.

The state-of-the-art glasses are equipped with a unique heads-up-display that allows for a safer and more convenient ride. The glasses are connected to the rider's smartphone in order to provide visual updates on information such as calls, music and navigation. Riders can control the display through the use of a control button mounted on the handlebars. The hands-free device thus makes it easier for cyclists to control their devices without risking their safety.

SENTH IN1 is currently running an Indiegogo campaign to bring the virtual reality glasses to consumers by the end of the year.