Hexagon HD rear view camera is designed to fix under the saddle of your bicycle and show you real-time rear view footage. Using built-in activity tracker, crash sensor, power bank and more features, the smart device delivers a more comfortable and safe riding experience.
The Hexagon is an advanced and multi functional HD rear-view camera designed for bicycles. The camera measures 115 x 120 x 55mm, weighs 360g, and as we can see from the images, the Hexagon shows off a compact and sleek appearance design. Using a custom mount-to-frame, you can easily install the gadget on the seat post binding underneath your saddle or remove it from your bicycle.
The Hexagon comes equipped with a rear-facing HD camera that supports 720p/ 1080p video recording. Using a built-in microSD card slot, the rear view camera can record up to 4 hours of video in full HD resolution. Meanwhile, built-in WiFi connectivity also allows you to view real-time traffic via your smartphone mounted on the handlebar, and it supports 5MP photos.
Furthermore, the Hexagon also features an integrated tail light that automatically displays stop signal whenever you brake. When your bike is moving, the motion signal continuously flashes, increasing your visibility on the road. Using its wireless remote control mounted on the handlebar, you can turn on turn signals. The brightness of the signals is automatically adjustable based on different conditions.
Using built-in sensors, the Hexagon works as an activity tracker to track the distance of your ride and calories burned. It also detects a crash and automatically send an SMS text to specific emergency contacts. In addition, built-in 18650mAh rechargeable battery allows it to work as a power bank to charge your mobile devices, and its parental feature allows you to monitor your child’s biking activity.
The Hexagon has been available for preorder via Indiegogo (flexible funding goal). You can pledge $99 to preorder the smart device for bicycle ($75 for Hexagon Light without traffic signals). Both models will be shipped in September 2017 (estimated).