DUAL-CAMERA CYCLING HELMET TECHNOLOGY FOR COMPETITIVE AND SOCIAL CYCLISTS
After almost a year and a half of development, the Australia-based, Cyclevision, is preparing to launch a new integrated helmet, that they claim boasts 320 degrees of camera coverage.
According to Cyclevision, the new helmet contains two integrated cameras, that are capable of recording at 1080p/at 30 frames per second, along with the ability to store up to 32GB of data on a micro SD card.
In addition, the cameras are also capable of capturing footage up to 4.5 hours, with a battery life of up to 5 hours. Moreover, if the user doesn’t download data from the micro SD card up to a computer, the cameras will automatically record over old data.
Additionally, coverage can also be streamed wirelessly in real-time from the rear camera directly to a handlebar-mounted smartphone.
Despite the complexity of the design, Cyclevision is pledging to keep the costs down on their new helmet as best they can.
“Cyclevision fully realises exactly where we want our price point to be and will be doing our damnedest to keep the helmet retail sales price within easy reach of all cyclists serious about providing some real protection for themselves (and ultimately their families and loved ones) as they take to the roads and trails.”
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HOW IT WORKS
The Cyclevision bicycle helmet features two (2) uniquely designed ‘micro HD cameras’ which are embedded within the structure of the helmet. One camera is located at the front and one at the back of the helmet; both cameras record simultaneously onto an internal Micro SD card mounted within the skeleton of the helmet. The twin cameras record with a 160 degree angle of view (horizontally and vertically) capturing all ‘events’ from behind and in front of the rider, for the duration of your ride.
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