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Everysight Raptor

Everysight Raptor
  • Field of View

    75°

  • Weight

    98 g

  • Battery Life

    8 h

Description
It's time to get some serious street cred with the new Everysight Raptor. Featuring a sleek, lightweight design and functional features, these AR glasses will make you feel like you're living in the future. They are compatible with most smartphones on the market and provide a wide field of view for an immersive experience. The Raptor also features facial-recognition software that can identify people from your contacts list, so you never have to worry about forgetting someone's name again!
Specification
Sizing
Weight
98 g
Other
IPD Adjustment?
YES
Front Camera?
YES
MicroUSB?
YES
Battery Life
8 h
Positional Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Wifi?
YES
USB?
YES
Display
Display Type
OLED
Field of View
75°
Overview
Category
AR Glasses
Model Name
Raptor
Country of Origin
Israel
Brand
Everysight
Release Date
2018
Reviews of the Everysight Raptor
Rated 3.5 / 5 from 4 Reviews
Everysight Raptor is a Heads-up Display for Mountain Biking with GPS, Brow Cam
singletracks.com
While I can’t imagine myself wearing Raptors on every mountain bike ride, it’s exciting to get a glimpse of the latest technology. For early-adopter types, the Raptors are an easy choice. The entire system is surprisingly dialed for such a new product; packaging, documentation, companion apps, sensors, the display, and interface are all well executed. Perhaps the only thing keeping these from mainstream adoption is the form factor, which is almost certainly going to improve.
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EVERYSIGHT RAPTOR AUGMENTED REALITY CYCLING GLASSES
cxmagazine.com
The Everysight Raptor augmented reality glasses are an impressive product with a range of capabilities thanks to its use of the Android platform. The Raptor’s greatest potential is likely for time trials and during interval training where monitoring data during maximum effort is advantageous. For cyclocross, having readily available data will likely lead to a trip through the course tape, while the heads-up map display can be a benefit for gravel rides shorter than a DK200 epic, especially if you have to do your own navigation in the boonies. The biggest drawbacks of the Raptor are its size and weight and $500 cost. However, if you are an early adopter of cycling technology, the Raptor is likely worth a look.
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Heads up, smart glasses with built in GPS and camera
bikeradar.com
  • - 3
They do all that they promise and have great potential but are a niche product right now. Contrary to the Raptor’s intended benefits, over several weeks of riding with them they’ve actually distracted me more from the outside world than actually enhanced my experience.
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Cycling smartglasses that make a great riding companion
wareable.com
  • - 4
In terms of cutting-edge tech, the Raptor has it all: the heads-up display is a revelation and is without doubt the future of sports sunglasses. They are easy to use and the voice controls are helpful while riding. The fledgling AI means you are paying for new technology, but if you are a serious cyclist these are well worth the investment.
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