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Smart Motorcycle Helmet Visor

16
October
2003
  Posted at 02:03:35 PM
  File under  Helmets
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Paris, France

Chromatic Visor
A Swedish company, Chromogenics Sweden AB, together with the University of Uppsala, have developed a visor that can change its tint at a push of a button.

The visor is powered by a 1 Volt battery, and after pressing a button ( or maybe even by voice control) the visor becomes dark or clear. The advantages of these are numerous, but the obvious one is when you are about to enter a dark tunnel during a sunny day. If you are riding with a dark visor, you will not be able to see much. Push the button, and the visor become clear.

Chromogencis have developed the visor to be an "add-on" to existing clear visors, so it should be able to be adapted to any current helmet.

The visor is currently being tested, and no news is yet available on market availability. I will keep you posted on this web site when it will be.

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