Raptor displays vital information for bicyclists without them having to look down at their phone

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.

Everysight's promotional video shows cyclists viewing their heart rate, navigation options and route. Raptor's navigation interface acts as a radial for riders notifying them of the turns ahead and warning them to slow down before they make the turn to remain on course.

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