The safest motorcycle helmet-mounted dashcam
#2 Product of the Day
March 26, 2020
Revan’s always-on HUD allows riders to see a live-feed of everything behind them and to the sides, at all times. Through it, you monitor your surroundings, speed, location, time, battery levels and a variety of other metrics.
7 months ago
Motorcyclist Helmet Cameras Helmet-Mounted Dash cam
Dash cams have become quite commonplace for many drivers of conventional automobiles to help enhance security, so the 'REVAN' helmet-mounted dash cam has been developed to help extend the same features to motorcyclists. The camera works by being mounted on top of a helmet and immediately going to work recording footage in a 360-degree manner to prevent blindspots from causing an issue.
Revan uses helmet HUD to check blind spots
When you're changing lanes on a motorcycle while wearing a full-face helmet, performing shoulder checks can be difficult. The Revan "dashcam" system is designed to help, by providing users with a heads-up display (HUD) of their blind spots. At the heart of the setup is a low-profile dual-camera module, that gets mounted on top of a third-party helmet.
Would you recommend this product?
CEO & Founder
Hey Product Hunters, REVAN is the single solution with everything a motorcyclist needs for a safe ride: - Record everything that happens in front and behind of your motorbike in 1080p Full HD video - Check your blind spots using the intuitive HUD - Stay connected with other riders with the group-calling feature - Save and share GPS coordinates of your tour map - Film a video of your ride in real-time and upload to social media - Listen to your favorite music or podcasts I’ll be happy to answer the questions you have.
How does the internal HUD attach to the helmet?
Digital Communications & PR
This looks promising! I'm a bit concerned about the wind noise though. Have you tested how much your product will impact the wind noise?
CEO & Founder
We tested driving with our products. Wind noise is significantly less than other products.(Sena, B+com, Gopro etc.)
Does it have internal memory or do you need an SD card?
The outer camera is easy to switch between helmets, how do you switch the HUD?
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