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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

A smart helmet with the GPS and rear camera

The helmet is still the conventional equipment which primarily serves to protect the rider's head. Up to now, there are many features available. Even there, only Bluetooth to access the phone.
Skully AR-1 helmet meets the standards DOT / ICE. Its visor is also scratch-resistant, anti-mildew, and strong. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1T5YMNd)
Not with this helmet, the Skully AR-1, which brought the breakthrough to create a helmet that not only promises top safety aspects but is also packed with a multitude of technologies.
Skully AR-1 helmet detailed chart. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1T5YMNd)
One of its features is the ability of the user can access environmental conditions behind the viewing angle of 180 degrees. Explained, this feature works through a wide lens camera that is placed at the rear of the helmet. The camera projection then screened through a mini virtual screen seen on the bottom right of the helmet voisor.
With Skully AR-1 helmet, motorists can maintain better focus ahead once the condition of the back with a very clear. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1T5YMNd)
"Motorists can maintain better focus ahead once the condition of the back with a very clear," said a flight engineer, Corey Hass, who has tested the Skully AR-1 helmet.

In addition, the mini virtual screen can also be used to access the navigation services. Equally important, this helmet allows motorist receive notification messages, telephone, and access music from a smartphone.
As a safety condition, the Skully AR-1 meets the DOT/ICE standards. Its visor is also anti-scratch, anti-mildew, and guaranteed strong. If you are interested in having the Skully AR-1, the helmet can be ordered with a price of US $1,499 or approximately Rp. 20.5 million. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DIGITAL TRENDS]
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