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Enduro Helmet by BMW

bmwhelmetSadly, details are somewhat hard to find on this slick looking helmet by BMW. What I have comes from the Gizmag article where I found this.

So what I’m getting is that, on top of looking like it comes from the year 2040, it might also include some very useful technology: noise cancellation and bluetooth. The combination, in a helmet, is ideal. It would allow you to communicate with fellow Bluetooth enabled riders with ease, while enjoying crystal clear sound due to the noise cancellation. You could also, of course, broadcast MP3s from a Bluetooth enabled media player and presumably even answer your cellphone, while doing 70 on the highway, on a bike.

It’s great stuff people. I’d like it even more if Gizmag wasn’t so cryptic about its sources, but hey, what are ya gonna do? For what it’s worth, the article is here.








  • http://tinyurl.com/6o3ze Adam Wade

    That’s pretty cool. I’d never thought of Bluetooth for a wireless intercom system, but it lends itself perfectly to that very thing. It also allows for future expansion into a direct interface with the bike, as in a heads-up display (HUD). There’s already a clip-on one, but integrating it with the helmet is much more elegant, and losing the wiring a huge boon. Hell, you could even Bluetooth in the voice directional guidance from a Garmin Street Pilot or other route-enabled GPS units.

    It’s a horrible shame, though, that it makes the wearer look like Tiny from G-Force…

  • Chad

    noise cancelation is a horrible idea when it comes to motorcycle riding. you really need to be aware of your surroundings and sound is essential.