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Brave New World: Nuviz Heads Up Display By Phil Linsalata #207159


IMAGINE A CRISP COLOR DISPLAY in the bottom right corner of your field of vision, tucked nicely out of the way but clearly showing critical data: where to turn next, your speed, your


direction and the next bend in the road. Imagination no longer needed. Nuviz,


the first-ever Heads Up Display, is now on the market. For $699, a startup company based in San Diego with software roots in


Finland will send you this slick, highly developed technology. With a still and video camera, it will


replace a GoPro and integrates with a Sena, and its GPS system will give you exact loca- tion, direction and speed. Coupled with downloadable global maps, this allows you to ditch your handlebar-mounted wayfind- ing device. High quality headset speakers mount


inside your helmet and link via Bluetooth to your phone, so you can enjoy the music stored there, and you can place or receive calls as well, using the phone directory you’ve already built. In other words, you can either buy a lot of


technology in one kit or you can strip off a bunch of onboard technology and replace it with a single unit, while gaining the ability to capture data within the field of vision defined by your helmet’s visor. The heart of the beast is in a chin-mounted processor feeding a projection prism and controlled by a wireless toggle switch mounted any- where on your handlebar—or anywhere else on your bike, for that matter. Activation of the Nuviz is accomplished


At the heart of the Nuviz Heads Up Display is a chin-mounted processor and a wireless toggle switch.


22 BMW OWNERS NEWS October 2017


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