Bluetooth Glasses Provided Cyclists With A Heads-Up-Display For Their Ride

Bluetooth Glasses Provided Cyclists With A Heads-Up-Display For Their Ride
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Raptor displays vital information for bicyclists without them having to look down at their phone

Zack Palm
  • 14 december 2016

Attention cycling fiends: thanks to Everysight, soon you’ll be able to wear a pair of augmented reality glasses called Raptor that show your speed, goals and navigation while cycling!


Raptor will operate through bluetooth on a rider’s phone, using swipe gestures to utilize the display, and handlebar and voice controls will also be installed, providing riders the option to leave their hands on the handlebar.

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