EYELIGHTS EYERIDE MOTO HUD: Transform Your Ride with Augmented Reality Technology and Premium Audio Experience

Augmented reality revolutionizes your ride

Imagine, for a moment, the exhilaration of straddling a powerful beast of a machine, the wind whistling past you as you speed along an open road. That's what it's like to ride a motorcycle, my friends, and it's a feeling that I would not trade for all the foie gras in France.

Now, let's raise the stakes, let's take that feeling and amplify it, multiply it by the sheer power of technology, and what you get is the EYELIGHTS EYERIDE MOTO HUD. The name may be a mouthful, but let's break it down, shall we? This is a device that takes the high-tech sophistication of fighter jet cockpits, the kind that lets pilots keep their eyes on the skies while still keeping tabs on their instruments, and brings it to the humble motorcycle helmet.

First off, it's lightweight and designed to easily affix onto any type of helmet, which is great for those of us who have strong preferences when it comes to headgear. More importantly, it works with glasses too, which means even those of us with less than perfect vision won't be left out in the cold.

And this isn't just a fancy speedometer. Oh no, it goes beyond that. This device offers a tantalizing glimpse into the future with augmented reality – projecting data like speed, RPM, text and call info, even turn-by-turn GPS directions directly onto the road. It's as if you're in a sci-fi movie, but this is very real and very much within our grasp.

But it's not just about visuals. The EyeRide also includes a hands-free kit with a microphone and flat earphones. The sound quality is promised to be premium and the microphone has noise cancellation, which is critical when you're on the road with nothing but the roar of your bike and the rush of the wind for company. Bluetooth 4.2 low-power remote control allows you to stay connected with the rest of the world. Compatibility with all GPS applications makes navigation a breeze, and voice control takes the safety factor up a notch.

Now, let's talk aesthetics. The external module is subtle, with customizable RGB Led Lights that add just the right amount of flash. The optical module is compact and only weighs a mere 8g, but don't let its small size fool you – it packs a punch with features.

Charging is a breeze with the 5V/2A USB-A/USB-C type charger. The battery capacity is solid at 1850mAh. This baby was designed in France, and it carries with it that inherent French elegance and sophistication.

The EYELIGHTS EYERIDE MOTO HUD is not just another motorcycle accessory. It's a game-changer. It's the kind of device that makes you reassess what you thought was possible on two wheels. It's the promise of tomorrow, here today. At $548, it is a steep investment, but think of it as an investment into an entirely different way of experiencing the road.

Whether you're a seasoned rider or just getting started, the EyeRide is sure to make your rides more exciting, safer, and deeply immersive. To those who are about to ride with this beauty, I say, Bon Voyage.


  1. Augmented Reality Interface: The HUD provides an AR interface, displaying critical information such as speed, RPM, GPS directions, text and call info right in the user's field of vision. This minimizes distractions and allows for safer riding.
  2. Compatibility: The device is compatible with all types of helmets and works with glasses, making it accessible to a broad range of riders.
  3. Integrated Communication System: It comes with a hands-free kit including flat earphones and a microphone, providing quality audio for both incoming and outgoing calls. Noise cancellation feature is a great add-on for communication clarity.
  4. Bluetooth and Voice Control: With its Bluetooth 4.2 low-power remote control and voice control features, it is user-friendly and reduces the need for manual adjustments, further enhancing rider safety.
  5. Battery Life: A battery capacity of 1850mAh offers a good amount of usage time between charges.
  6. Aesthetics and Design: Customizable RGB LED lights add a touch of personal style. Plus, the small, lightweight design makes it an unobtrusive addition to your helmet.


  1. Cost: Priced at $548, the EyeRide may be prohibitively expensive for some riders, especially those who see it as a non-essential accessory.
  2. Learning Curve: The augmented reality interface, while innovative, may take some getting used to. The additional information in the rider's field of vision could potentially be distracting until they become accustomed to it.
  3. Battery Charging: While the battery capacity is decent, the requirement to charge it (via USB-A/USB-C) could be a disadvantage for those who undertake long rides without easy access to power sources.
  4. Reliance on Connectivity: The device's functions such as GPS, music control, and call info display are dependent on Bluetooth connectivity with a smartphone, which could be a drawback in areas with poor network coverage.
  5. Compatibility with GPS Apps: Although it is stated that it works with all GPS applications, individual experiences may vary, and certain apps may perform better than others on the platform.


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