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A rider's view of the Nuviz Heads Up Display.


through your iPhone or Android. You download the Nuviz App and maps and then link your phone to the controller and the processor. The processor/camera mounts to your chin bar with a strong, secure adhesive pad, and the earphones and mic mount inside your helmet. The proces- sor and camera are powered by a battery with a reported 10 hour life that is recharge- able via USB cable. The chin bar unit mea- sures 5.8 inches by 2.3 inches and is easily removed and reattached. Nuviz supplies a plate to hide, cover and protect the exposed contact points when the unit is detached from your helmet. The controller allows you to toggle


through an array of functions and displays, including a dashboard display with speed, time and your next turn, which also lets you know what the speed limit is—just in case you care. The navigation function displays a


cleanly simplified map, with your route superimposed in blue. Call functions let you know who’s trying to reach you, the music display tells you who you’re listening to, and the camera shoots stills, automati- cally downloaded to your phone, or videos that are stored in the unit until you fetch them to your movie library. All very smooth.


October 2017 BMW OWNERS NEWS 23 A fourth function button on the control-


ler remains unassigned, with reports that it will serve a helmet-to-helmet communica- tion system now in development. In other words, what individual riders


like most in this setup will depend on indi- vidual preference. If you are a photo hound and want to upload pics and vids to your Facebook account, you’ll love the cameras. If you’re a hardcore explorer of off-road or untraveled touring routes, you will most


appreciate the GPS. If you are tethered to business or otherwise needing to stay in touch, the phone function might be your favorite. You get the idea. But there’s an elephant in the room. Or


maybe it’s sitting right there on the chin bar of my Schuberth: Distraction. Let’s start with the basics. If you buy this


arguably revolutionary device, DO NOT make the mistake I made, which is to jump on the bike and test it out while riding.


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