Virtual reality glasses – made for cycling

Posted by Cheryl Perkins on December 7, 2016

With safety and coolness in mind, a company called Everysight is developing GPS-enabled “Raptor” smart glasses, designed for cyclists looking for data like speed, distance, heart rate, time, and turn-by-turn navigation in their line of sight.

The glasses feature voice control and an interface that allows cyclists to use swipe gestures to turn on features without having to take their eyes off the road or their hands off the handlebars:

You’ll want to check out this interview on the glasses over at Mashable.

The Raptor glasses aren’t available yet—the company just launched a pilot program for serious (12 times a month) cyclists.

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