Jarvish is the latest tech company to try its hand in the smart helmet industry by introducing its upcoming models Jarvish X and Jarvish X-AR.
The Jarvish X is the more fundamental of the two models. It offers coordinated receivers and speakers for Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa bolster so wearers approach things like bearings, climate updates, and control music through voice control. There’s likewise a 2K, front looking camera incorporated with the protective cap so you can record your ride. It’s set to cost $799 when it hits Kickstarter in January.
The X-AR goes a stage past that, offering all those highlights and including a Google Glass-style AR display for factors like current speed, turn-by-turn headings, climate, approaching calls, and even a rearview mirror like video feed from a second rear confronting camera on the back of the cap. It’s an aspiring thought; however it will truly rely upon how well it functions by and by. The additional AR tech likewise makes the Jarvish X-AR undeniably costly at $2,599, and it won’t be out until some other time; a Kickstarter is gotten ready for the second 50% of 2019.
The two protective caps are carbon fiber to help counterbalance the weight of the battery expected to prop them up. Jarvish says the X will keep going for over six hours and the X-AR will influence it to up to four hours. The new Jarvish head protectors will include 16GB of built-in storage and can accommodate 256GB of entertainment media via removable memory cards.
It has been noted that Jarvish is as of now offering the original of X helmets in Taiwan, so that may help mollify a portion of your worries about the tech when these protective helmet go marked down one year from now. On the off chance that it can include convenience while as yet being protected, motorcyclists may at last get an appropriate passage into the universe of savvy gadgets.