Cyclemate is designed to record cycling journeys without the need of a computer or television in order to enjoy playback.
The new device is the design work of Youngmu Lee, which features built-in WiFi, stereo speakers, a projector and smart alert functionality, which easily affixes to any handlebar via its magnetic support.
This innovative social-sharing peripheral is designed for cycling groups who want to capture and share every aspect of their rides together, without the need of uploading the footage to a large computer or external screen source in order to view it.
The modular design consists of rugged compact portable cameras, shooting caps, a projector and easy-to-use handlebar holders, which stays snugly together thanks to its magnetic construction.
Using Cyclemate is simple.
At the beginning of a ride, all cyclists need to do is attach it to their bikes. From there, video and still photos are automatically uploaded to a dedicated mobile app, which allows the footage to be easily viewed, shared and even swapped amongst the group.
Better still, the group can use the built-in projector to replay their ride or go through the set of photos together via any smartphone.
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