The first thing anyone should consider before riding a bicycle or motorcycle is gearing up for safety. Cycling has its fair share of hazards that can seriously injure your body. Experts will always tell you to invest in a good helmet and it’s for your own good. Briko is introducing a cutting-edge headgear that comes with a collection of features designed to keep the users away from harm. Therefore, you can focus on having fun and getting a good workout while Cerebellum One takes care of the rest.
The Cerebellum One made its debut at the 2019 Eurobike in Friedrichshafen, Germany. For those unaware, it is one of the largest trade show for the cycling industry. Hence, a perfect venue to showcase exciting new products to consumers.
Drawing inspiration from modern automobiles that sport front and rear-mounted cameras, Briko reworks the cycling helmet. Both sensors can record 4K videos at 30 fps, which are wirelessly transmitted to the user’s smartphone.
Meanwhile, those who normally mount their handsets on the handlebars can turn it into a digital rear-view mirror as well. Furthermore, the built-in radar system will notify the user if a vehicle suddenly approaches from behind.
Since accidents are unpredictable, Briko equips the Cerebellum One with an emergency function. After a nasty spill or fender bender, motions sensors will send an SMS with the coordinates of the crash site to the appropriate people who can help. Finally, a dehydration sensor will remind the wearer to take a break to quench their thirst.
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