Augmented reality offers multiple perspectives. If the video game industry was the first to deal specifically with Oculus Rift or Sony’s Project Morpheus, others could benefit from it, so Facebook bought Oculus VR. This technology could even save lives. Descriptions.
When motorcycle helmet and augmented reality go hand in hand!
This is why this two-wheeled enthusiast decided make a “smart” motorcycle helmet Equipped with several cameras, connected glasses Epson Moverio and Android items. The driver will have real-time access to various information such as speed, weather, what’s behind him and navigation-related elements.
These are not the only advantages of this helmet, as it can record video. “If everything is passively recorded, videos can be recorded in the event of an accident” i.e., the helmet has a black box.
Frankly, Ryan Shearman hopes this feature is used as little as possible and adds that the software will be planned as follows: prevent possible accident risks. Voice control should also appear on future prototypes.
This smart motorcycle helmet, which is still in prototype form, will be eligible for a campaign on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter starting this July. Marketing is expected within a year.Hoping that internet users will support the project.
Find out what this “smart helmet” might look like in the video below. Share your impressions! Does this technology seduce you? Does augmented reality have limits?