A freakishly smart motorcycle helmet engineered to keep your eye on the road.
When you’re riding a motorcycle, focus is everything. Even a quick glance at a mirror is enough to send you skidding. The Skully AR-1 is engineered to keep your pupils on the road. It’s the first helmet with a built-in heads-up display: Projected onto the right-hand corner of the visor is live footage from a rear-mounted camera that shows the road behind as well as your blind spots. Also shown: speed, turn-by-turn directions, and info gathered from a paired phone (calls, music). And no, the barrage of data won’t distract you: Displayed transparently, it all appears within your natural sight line. What’s more, the lid responds to voice commands, and its visor changes tint with the press of a button. The future never looked so safe. $1,499; skullysystems.com
The Skully AR-1 motorcycle helmet lets you view directions, phone calls, and the road behind you without ever taking your eyes off the asphalt.