Reevu Intelligent Helmet Has Internal Augmented Reality Display


Reevu has come up with what they call a commercially viable and fully functioning Intelligent Helmet, touted to be the first of its kind in the world to feature an internal augmented reality display that are well within the internationally accepted standards envelope. In fact, the folks over at Reevu are pretty stoked that this Intelligent Helmet will be different from majority of the proposed augmented reality systems that have made its way to the Internet, as this particular development will make the jump from the drawing board to our reality.

Just how did Reevu do this? Well, they do have the advantage of development engineers working on such a helmet, drawing from their technical know-how as well as using internationally registered patents in order to develop this internally housed augmented reality helmet device. Compact in form factor, the Multiple Reflective Optical Systems (or M.R.OP.S for short) is also one of the inventions that makes this fully functioning helmet possible, allowing it to deliver information without any kind of eye strain or unnecessary distraction to the wearer. Not only that, it has been touted that this particular invention is able to be integrated so that it can accept a range of current diagnostic and information enabling systems which are linked to the cluster pack of some of the latest bike designs at the moment.

Markus S., the engineering team leader, shared, “We are primarily developing the product to fit within Reevu’s product portfolio in the motorsports sector however further products are on the drawing board utilizing the invention.”

Unfortunately, we do not happen to have any details concerning the pricing as well as availability of the Reevu Intelligent Helmet with built-in augmented reality, but it would certainly be cool if they could divulge more information on it. Do expect augmented reality Heads Up Display units to catch on in popularity down the road, considering how even vehicles are moving in such a direction these days.

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3 reviews or comments

Mark Says: October 6, 2013 at 10:17 am

The future.

Arun Says: October 15, 2013 at 9:39 am

From where can I get it

Mark Says: October 16, 2013 at 9:34 am

The development is 18 – 36 months from production. The current product selling around the World is the Rear Vision version.. The intelligent helmet is on test.

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