Solos smart glasses have landed. Here’s our take on the frames from the future.
Ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics, developers at Solos partnered with the USA Cycling team to solve a common training dilemma. Athletes already have access to plenty of data and biofeedback from their workouts. What they needed was a way to make use that data to ultimately optimize their training and performance. The solution? A pair of brainy sunglasses that allow cyclists to access training data...
Building on its association with USA Cycling, SOLOS, a unit of Kopin Corporation, has welcomed trailblazing cyclist Phil Gaimon as well as ten-time IRONMAN 70.3 champion Sam Appleton to its team. The SOLOS smart eyewear brand adds that ‘Gaimon’s and Appleton’s impressive resumes and extensive history of integrating technology to improve performance, make them excellent ambassadors for a brand dedicated to the seamless integration of both.’Read More
SOLOS features Kopin's most advanced Pupil display optics, which enable a ‘heads-up’ see-through experience, enabling athletes to safely access their data in real-time. SOLOS has new audio features including voice control, phone calls, listening to music and group chat communication. Featuring a lightweight and elegant design, SOLOS provides the necessary tools in a seamless experience to enable cyclists, runners and triathletes to reach their full athletic potential.Read More
SOLOS has announced the second generation of its Smart Glasses. The latest version adds running features and introduces enhanced software to facilitate real-time coaching and enable group communication.Read More
SOLOS has already been worn and used by the US Cycling team, so these glasses come with an elite athlete seal of approvalRead More
At CES 2018, Kopin showed off its second-generation Solos glasses, which are lightweight and have both integrated audio and voice control.Read More
The next generation of SOLOS Smart Glasses lets cyclists and runners view their real-time performance metrics without having to glance down at their phones or fitness trackersRead More