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Solos smart glasses put performance data in cyclists’ field of vision

  • September 17, 2015

Smarter smartphones, bike computers and fitness trackers have come to offer a wealth of information to cyclists on their performance, but they still invariably draw focus away from the road. At Interbike 2015, electronics company Kopin was showing eyewear aimed at placing ride data in a more convenient place, directly in the cyclist's field of vision. The Solos smart glasses pull metrics such as heart rate and average speed from connected devices to offer real-time feedback on cycling performance.

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Bicycling

Will Sunglasses Replace Your Bike Computer?

  • September 17, 2015

When we reviewed Recon Instruments’ Jet sunglasses with heads-up display (HUD) recently, we said it was one of the most intriguing examples of wearable technology we’d seen for cyclists. Now, Recon’s got company.

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Slowtwitch

Interbike 2015 day 3 images

  • September 17, 2015

Solos is a heads-up display that was introduced to cyclists at Interbike, but the parent company Kopin is not a new player in this arena. They make most of the fighter pilot helmet displays, and have done so for a long time.

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Lava Magazine

Kopin Unveils World’s Smallest Smart Glass Display – Introducing Solos, High Performance Eyewear for Cyclists

  • September 15, 2015

Kopin® Corporation, a leading developer and provider of innovative wearable technologies and solutions for head-worn computing and display systems, unleashes SolosTM , an ultra-lightweight performance eyewear streamlined for aerodynamics, style and comfort. Solos allows cyclists to easily access real-time performance data from their smartphone or wearable sensors on its high-resolution head-up display.

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