Augmented Reality for Cyclists Lets You Navigate, Communicate, and Jam Out

Augmented Reality for Cyclists Lets You Navigate, Communicate, and Jam Out
technology

The Google Glass for cycling, SENTH IN, gives visual updates about rides and calls, without taking your hands off the handlebars

Jason Brick
  • 20 august 2015

SENTH IN1 introduces augmented reality glasses for bikers: a Google Glass for cyclists that gives riders a heads-up display (HUD) for safer and more convenient riding. The glasses connect to a smart phone for app power, and to a control button mounted on handlebars so users can control the display without losing control of the bike.

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