RideOn Ski Goggles

World's first augmented reality ski goggles

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Paul Le Mottee
 
  • Paul Le Mottee
    Paul Le MotteeEarly adopter of tech.
    Pros: 

    Nothing. Cost me thousands and won’t work.

    Cons: 

    If there’s an Apple App out there, I can’t find it. Useless without it.

    Really really annoyed with this. Had huge potential but huge failure.

    Paul Le Mottee has used this product for one month.
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Rotem Yakir
Rotem Yakir@rotemthegolfer · Guggy CEO - Make people laugh
Callan Christensen
Callan Christensen@callan752 · Sysadmin
Awesome concept, I just can't take what their mockup/concept video is promising seriously. :(
Noah Kim
Noah Kim@wuss · Product Design @ FB
@callan752 vaporware for sure.
Sam Legge
Sam Legge@d0b0 · Product Manager, North (ex-Thalmic Labs)
What about Recon's goggles? How is this AR and Recon's not?
William Sternlicht
William Sternlicht@wps113 · Dangerously Curious. Stanford '17.
@d0b0 Was about to comment this. Recon's first pair was launched in 2010. Experience (in store) was almost identical to the demo here, minus video recording.
Jesse Muller
Jesse Muller@jesse__muller · Strategy & Marketing, Paal15
I'm confused, does the AR cover your entire vision? Or just the corner 'screen' inside the glasses?
Callan Christensen
Callan Christensen@callan752 · Sysadmin
@jesse__muller As you can see in the gif. I would have say that latter.
Joshua Pinter
Joshua Pinter@joshuapinter · Product at CNTRAL. Maker of ntwrk.
I might be a traditionalist, but I go snowboarding to get *away* from computers and screens. To be free in the great outdoors. I can see the value in having dashboard metrics like speed, temp, GPS, etc. but not to set up virtual "gates" that I need to snowboard through.