Capture the Moment
The helmet features two uniquely designed Micro HD Cameras which are embedded within the structure of the helmet.
One camera is located at the front of the helmet and one camera is located at the rear of the helmet.
Both cameras record simultaneously all events that unfold from in front of and from behind the rider
Extensive research had enabled Cyclevision to preset both front and rear cameras at very specific angles into the helmet so as to correctly capture the correct field of view no matter what you ride, or where you ride, the 160 degree wide angle cameras and extra tall 'field of view' will sensationally capture any road, trail, downhill, and commuter rides in cyrstal clear HD
Eyes in the back
The rear camera can live stream to your mounted mobile device with a 160 degree angle of view from both front and rear cameras, we have got you covered
Both cameras record in 1920 x 1080p @ 30 fps High Definition video, capturing the important moments and recording all events for the duration of your ride.
True and accurate 48 kHz audio capture is automatically activated from both front and rear camera housings from the momenet the helmet is switched ON
Get the most out of your helmet by downloading the Cyclevision App.
Use the App to display live time, rear vision to you smart phone screen
With your smartphone mounted on the bicycle handlebars and paired via WIFI to the Cyclevision EDGE helmet 'rear camera' it provides you with an electronic rear view mirror so you can clearly see rearwards approaching traffic, events and happenings that would normally go unseen to the rider
The App also provides remote helmet camera control and instant picture snapshot onto your smartphone.
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Currently in Chicago and I have 19 stitches in my left thigh, and right hand in plaster I have a broken bone in my right hand and cracked right clavicle. I was hit head on by a fast travelling cyclist. He hit two cyclist that he was passing, they went down and he ricocheted across into my lane and brought me down. He ricocheted off me and managed to keep upright and riding. He never stopped. I will need to see on orthopaedic surgeon when I get back on the 10th July. I didn't travel with my fly12, So no video evidence of what went on. This is where having cameras built into your helmet would have been perfect.
- Bob Wagner
I have been cycling in Bristol (UK) for 40 years with many incidents and hospital visits. I think your new cycling helmet is a brilliant idea. I have been using a Go-Pro for they past few years, but it's not aerodynamic and only films the front view. Your helmet is what all cycle users need. I would also require it for night time use, what is its resolution for night riding. I will definitely be buying one as soon as they are available.
- Ian C
This is a great idea and has been a long time coming. I run a blog as well as commuting across central london daily. I can't wait to get my hands on one and show it off!
Awesome idea. Hope to get one soon.
I am so glad that you have what I have been looking for. I am using Go-Pro at both side of my bike which is such a headache. This helmet is absolutely a brain-child. I look forward to having it soon.
- Wonvin C
Looking forward to seeing this in the shops.
- Mike B
Cyclevision edge bicycle helmet - revision n
helmet operating instructions
Revision - N
At the press of a single button both front and rear cameras come alive, and you are good go. However there is much more to the helmet than first meets the eye; so in order to get the very most from your Cyclevision EDGE helmet please take time to read the instructions, i think you will be surprised as to what this 'bad boy' can do for you
Dual Picture Instruction
Dual Picture Film Editor Instruction
Take a look at how we create these dual picture films from the Cyclevison EDGE, twin camera bicycle helmet.
Its easy, its a lot of fun and a great way to share your riding adventures with friends and family