Motorcycle helmet with rear view in heads-up display
The peripheral data deployment is similar to the gear shift LED array positioned on a Formula One car's windshield
Milan, Italy—If you have ever feel a little anxious about your blind spot while putting miles on your bike, then the International Motorcycle Exhibition (EICMA) taking place in Milan has just what you are…uh…looking for.
As the motorcycle manufacturers add more information to new models may make the rider more inclined to focus on the cluster pack rather than the road.
Helmet manufacturer Reevu delivers that information into the peripheral vision of the rider using the company’s patented Heads up Display.
“Ordinary helmets have been too ordinary for too long…Reevu’s unique capability of delivering information to the rider in their peripheral vision without [having to]refocus looks like the future” said Billy Morgan, REEVU’s President.
The peripheral data deployment is similar to the gear shift LED array positioned on a Formula One car’s windshield. It allows the drive to process the information without directly focusing on it.