NUVIZ. A New Technology To improve Your Riding Experience,

NUVIZ is the first all-in-one motorcycle Head-Up Display (HUD) with integrated navigation, communication, camera and music in a single device. A New technology to improve your riding experience and frees you of all devices. It’s a compact and intuitive Head-Up Display (HUD) that incorporates all the device functionality you need on your daily ride. It includes navigation, photo and video capture, communication and access to your music. All of this is easily controlled with a wireless controller mounted to your handlebars, allowing you to keep your eyes on the road. Bringing several devices together allows motorcyclist to maintain control without distraction.

The fully-integrated Head-Up Display (HUD) is designed to be added onto a motorcyclist’s full-face helmet and displays customizable information near the rider’s natural line of sight. NUVIZ seamlessly brings together all of the important functions of motorcyclist’s navigation, communication and media players into a single device, allowing riders to stay connected, but not distracted. NUVIZ includes a built-in HD action camera and a wireless handlebar controller that ensures intuitive control of all functions.

The NUVIZ device is compatible with most existing traditional full-face helmets, allowing riders to choose which helmet brand best serves their style, needs and fit. The device attaches to a low-profile baseplate and adjusts to the user’s right eye in a manner that still allows for small tweaks after installation for the ultimate view. The baseplate is designed to allow the device to detach in the case of an accident or fall. NUVIZ will focus on their unique technology without the redundant development of designing market-specific helmets. The HUD combiner optic is fully replaceable in case of damage. Additional accessory mounting kits allow for one NUVIZ device to transfer to different helmets and controllers to different motorcycles.

Once mounted to the helmet and aligned to the user’s eye, the advanced NUVIZ optics create a virtual image that “floats” just in the periphery of the eyesight, reducing eye movements and the need to re-focus inside the motorcycle’s cockpit. This integrated all-in-one system removes the cockpit clutter of multiple devices, and allows a rider to move from motorcycle to motorcycle with a single helmet-mounted solution. Adventure motorcycle riders, who often stand while riding, will enjoy consistent access to all their important information without having to look down into the cockpit. Powered by NUVIZ, riders can take charge of their riding experience and interact seamlessly with all of these different technologies in one easy-to-use device.

NUVIZ pairs with a dedicated smartphone app available via the App Store and Google Play, allowing riders to plan routes and save favorite rides, instantly access photos captured with NUVIZ, or view riding stats tracked with NUVIZ’s comprehensive set of sensors. The NUVIZ app will also allow users to share their rides, discover new routes, record ride data, and edit and upload photos instantly via social media. The NUVIZ app allows for easy updates and the addition of new features as they are added, further improving the rider experience.

Through a combination of features on the app and the handlebar controller, the rider can access critical information such as current and posted speeds with adjustable speed warnings, plus access to a current position map, as well as a 3-D view of a saved ride route. Users can wirelessly zoom in and out of the maps per their needs. The GPS Function is built into the device, so once a ride route is selected, the smartphone is no longer necessary for navigation. NUVIZ includes a headset with microphone that allows for narration on the video and for phone calls or to listen to music. NUVIZ riders can enjoy their favorite Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music or Google Play riding playlists. NUVIZ is also compatible with most major brand Bluetooth enabled headsets for rider-to-rider communications.

The built-in HD action camera allows riders to capture photos at the touch of a button and to make quick and effortless video recordings with multiple video resolutions available. Still images are automatically transmitted to the user’s phone as they are shot, and videos are saved directly to a micro SD card (not included) in the device. The camera is built on a ball joint to allow for adjustments to the horizon. The HUD allows for a “live view” to align the camera after being attached to the helmet mount. The device includes an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts brightness, and a large battery that will endure a long riding day depending on user settings. The NUVIZ will be available for retail sales in the US for $699.00.

12 Responses to “NUVIZ. A New Technology To improve Your Riding Experience,”

  1. 1 Iron Horse Jun 13th, 2017 at 10:31 am

    Kinda cool technology, but what ever happened to riding for the sake of being in the wind with no other distractions other than what was happening around you at that minute?

  2. 2 richards Jun 13th, 2017 at 10:40 am

    Seems to me, it would be a distraction using this device. I agree with Iron Horse…when I ride, I ride and not only don’t I want to be distracted by this technology, I am in fact many times riding to avoid this kind of “stuff”.

  3. 3 bigroyjohnson Jun 13th, 2017 at 10:46 am

    I’d be ok if it came with a laser guidance setup, target acquisition mode and sync’d to frick’n laser beams front and rear to get rid of problems around me….

  4. 4 Xenu Jun 13th, 2017 at 11:21 am

    My bike has just enough electronic5 to fire the plugs and make some bulbs glow.
    After reading this article I thought “Will there be a quiz on this later?”

    Might appeal to the Playstation Gen.

  5. 5 SYF Jun 13th, 2017 at 11:39 am

    I agree with bigroyjohnson.

    I also agree with Iron Horse and richards.

    It used to be that putting a radio on a bike was considered too carlike.

    It’s nice to ride to the beat of a 45 degree V-twin. No music necessary!

  6. 6 NoH2oh Jun 13th, 2017 at 3:25 pm

    Pass. My current bike has one single glass tubed fuse. And I like it that way.

    Kudos to those that like this stuff, at least they also like bikes. I just don’t understand it.

  7. 7 J Jun 13th, 2017 at 4:38 pm

    Well, hail, why stop the whining there?

    How bout them new-fangled “ee-lectric start” doodads? They totally takes away from the wind in my hair experience…. I miss kickback- I haven’t broken an ankle in years, I totally miss it…..

    I’m not going to judge expanding technology- I pick and choose what I wish to utilize, and give thanks that someone keeps thinking bigger than I can.

    Looks like a cool gizmo- now only if someone would invent a button that can start a bike…….

  8. 8 BobS Jun 13th, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    I like it. And I admit, I’m not the most tech savvy but I do believe there’s a time and a place for it. Yes, for me there’s no better way to unwind after work than taking the long way home on my bare bones cruiser with nothing but wind, smells, and sounds stimulating my senses. But I also enjoy iron butt touring on a bike with electric windshield, heated grips and seat, GPS, and bike to bike, rider to passenger coms. I could see something like this for rides like that.

  9. 9 Hazy Jun 14th, 2017 at 11:55 am

    I like new tech when it suits my needs and unfortunately this doesn’t. First problem is the price. At $700 it takes deeper pockets than mine to afford. Second is that I don’t wear full face helmets so it won’t work for me. Now if it would project on my windscreen like some other devices available for cars I might think about it.

  10. 10 Aurelio C Barreras Jr Jun 14th, 2017 at 12:13 pm

    First of all the price is way out of line! Pay three to four hundred and in sometimes more for a helmet and then add this to the price? It to me looks like it would be a terrible distraction when you really have to have your head on a swivel when riding to begin with. Nice but no place for the serious rider.

  11. 11 Tim Jun 14th, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    Wait, wait… you hear it off in the distance?
    Yup it is the rustling of the lawyers getting ready for the lawsuits

  12. 12 bigalyts Jun 18th, 2017 at 3:27 pm

    Love to have it, love to hold it and might love to use it…If only someone will teach me how! that is what the “Old Timers” have their gripes with.Not knowing how to operate the Electronics

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