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Riding Directions from an Android Powered Bluetooth Linked Helmet

by Savitha C Muppala on October 23, 2013 at 11:37 PM
 Riding Directions from an Android Powered Bluetooth Linked Helmet

An intelligent helmet that can help you navigate while you are riding is not just an imagination but a reality.

Named as Skully, it is an Android powered Bluetooth linked motorcycle helmet that comes with a display which appears in front of the rider's right cheek. Along with riding directions, other vital information like the weather is also displayed.


Skully can be synchronized with a Smartphone and is endowed with advanced features.

The helmet also comes with a 180 degree rear view camera that enables an unhindered view of the rear and this is a boon in tough terrains.

The display is not in the primary view space of the rider, therefore the rider need have no worries about the display distracting him while riding.

Source: Medindia
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