Using head-up display, safety light, sound control and more advanced features CrossHelmet smart motorcycle helmet brings you a more safe and comfortable riding experience. Sounds cool? Let’s keep checking.
The CrossHelmet is an advanced, Bluetooth-enabled smart motorcycle helmet that comes in 2 sizes with 3 padding options to fit on every rider. As shown in the images, the smart helmet sports a sleek, futuristic appearance design, and the matte finish delivers some premium and stylish aesthetic style. Meanwhile, the uniquely designed exterior and visor meet the highest aerodynamic standards and deliver better ventilation and wind resistance for a stable and comfortable riding experience.
The smart motorcycle helmet uses Bluetooth 4.2 technology to wirelessly connect with your smartphone, and it features a foldable transparent head-up display with 1280 x 720 resolution and 2500 ppi pixel density, which clearly displays GPS navigation and riding info. The integrated rearview camera delivers images to the head-up display in order to provide you 360-degree awareness in traffic. Built-in microphone and speaker not only delivers voice navigation from the connected phone, but also makes or answer handsfree calls during riding.
Using CrossSound Control the smart motorcycle helmet has the ability to reduce or enhance environmental sounds, and Group Talk feature allows you to start a conversation with other members of your group. Moreover, integrated touch panel allows you to control the helmet using single gestures, and an included capacitive sticker add-on ensures the feature works well even when you wear gloves. In addition, LED safety light increases the rider’s visibility for enhanced riding safety at night. And built-in ultra safe Lithium-Ceramic rechargeable battery offers 6-8 hours of operation between charges.
The team behind CrossHelmet has successfully raised enough fund for the product via Kickstarter, but we can still pledge $1,399 to preorder the smart motorcycle helmet. It will be expected to be shipped in October 2018.